Science and Human Rights
curated by Don F Moyer PhD [link]
Physicist, Historian of Science,
Patent Agent, Teacher, Retired
Email: don@donmoyer.com

We made good progress in human rights with Obama as President. Now with the 115th congress and 45th president there are threats to reverse one hundred years of progress in human rights. So, I must keep my focus on advocating for human rights [link] here and everywhere I can.

Question all answers [link] [link]
Embrace Differences [link]
Be a force for science [link]

Previous posts [link].  Daily Posts:

Thursday, 17 Aug 2017 Even in troubled times we innovate. Where we innovate teaches a good lesson [link]. The lesson is that diversity is super important for innovation [link].

Best science — Best human rights


Wednesday, 16 Aug 2017 I just finished a wonderful book — The House of Truth — about the foundations of US liberalism in the years between T Roosevelt as President and F D Roosevelt as President. [link].

My short definition of this liberalism is: Use evidence based public policies to serve human rights. The book shows the great network of persons committed to this goal and having skills to do this work, that network having a node at the house of truth in DC, and that network having a key node in Felix Frankfurter. That network filled key parts of the FDR administration thanks to Frankfurter.

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Tuesday, 15 Aug 2017 Here is another example of a young scientist specifying ways scientists ought to speak directly to the general public. Is this a movement? [link].

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Monday, 14 Aug 2017 I am back from that short summer break. Today's link is to a big piece from The Atlantic about we got to our current crazy fantasy thinking. For me it is painful to revisit the steps I fought through to here and our crazy here [link].

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Monday, 31 Jul 2017 Short summer break.

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Friday, 28 Jul 2017 Problem is that curiosity is very hard to define. There are several kinds. Curiosity is variable and can depend on external and internal variables. Nevertheless, it is not hard to recognize curiosity whatever kind, however varied. And, it is not hard to encourage that curiosity. Unfortunately it is easier to discourage that curiosity.

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Thursday, 27 Jul 2017 This piece from The Atlantic is a good example of a growing understanding that curiosity is essential for success in education and much more [link].

Big problem is that schools do not foster curiosity rather discourage curiosity. Which was my experience [link].

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