May 26, 2016

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Just some house in DC. Credit: Matt Wade / Flickr Creative Commons

War on Christmas? Try war on Science! Writer Shawn Otto joins us to talk about how politics and science are becoming more intertwined.

A new study suggests that people seem more trustworthy when they express outrage against someone else’s transgressions. Plus, we learn why everyone hates a hypocrite.

Kiss Shanghai, Lower Manhattan, and Old London goodbye. Some climate scientists are now saying sea-levels could rise twice as much as we thought by the end of this century. Former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu talks about why coastal cities are in more danger than originally predicted.

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