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Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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Scientifically Literate, Culturally Conversant

Neil deGrasse Tyson may be a learned expert in the field of astrophysics, but he is a groundbreaking pioneer in the realm of scientific communication; thus, this book can be seen as an extension of his career-long goal of instilling a degree of scientific literacy and competency onto as large an audience as possible. One of the innate deficiencies of the sciences is its experts’ inability to communicate to an audience outside of the scientific community creatively and effectively. Tyson may argue that the most brilliant scientists could benefit from a public relations team adjusting the scientist’s observations and conclusions to terms the general public can understand; Tyson, himself, does not need said team, however, for his prowess as an astrophysicist is rivaled by his prowess as a communicator. A brief look at Tyson’s accolades and pursuits serves as a testament to his...

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