Correction Reflections... Again

May 05, 2019 00:34:38
Correction Reflections... Again
NDN Science Show
Correction Reflections... Again
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Hosted By

Loga Fixico Annie Sorrell

Show Notes

Today’s episode is all about being wrong… we caught ourselves making mistakes on three separate episodes. Although being wrong is okay, correcting yourself when you recognize that you're wrong is important. On today's show, we correct ourselves for some mistakes we made in three episodes (#16, #21, and #22), and then we reflect on it.

Here are some of the main ideas we talk about:

- Greg Gianforte DID support recognizing the Little Shell

- Coffee isn't the 60th most-traded commodity

- The Netherlands is not the top consumer of coffee

- Mark Twain's Quote was not originally him

- Workers might not make a dollar a day in Chiapas

- Margarin Misunderstanding

- Coffee Half-life isn't 12 hours

- Hippocrates is older than Jesus

- New York City doesn't have 12 million people

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Links & Resources:

How much coffee gets traded? One and Two

Per Capita Coffee Consumption

Mark Twain Quote

Margarin

Coffee Half-life: One and Two

Hippocrates: One and Two

New York City Population

Women Pharaohs

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