Neil deGrasse Tyson coming to Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo

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Neil deGrasse Tyson in August 2014 (File photo: Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Feel the need to learn some things? Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson is coming to Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo this spring.

The world-renowned astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, and science communicator will be speaking at DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids on March 21st and at the Miller Auditorium in Kalamazoo on March 22nd.  He’ll also be in Ann Arbor and Detroit on the following days, respectively.

In 2014, Tyson hosted the television series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, on FOX.  The series was a reboot of Carl Sagan’s 1980 series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.


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    Scientific method is not reliable indeed with some beliefs, no matter what beliefs people that practise science can have, and I think I am careful saying people that practise science (not scientists), but I am really afraid that the distinction is not clear in real world, however there are really incompatible beliefs for a scientist to hold, at least for science.

    Perhaps a teacher of science, a good one, can in fact bear religious beliefs that don´t prejudice any facts in science of facts (physical sciences), but, yes I guess that cultural relativism is necessry (for more opinions aginst it), and other concepts, even ethical are necessary to consider, philosophical ones, and this is not science of facts, it concerns ethics too etc.