Thompson, Helen; Quill, Elizabeth
January 2015
Smithsonian;Jan2015, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p67
An interview with scientist and television personality Bill Nye is presented in which he discusses evolution, Ellesmere Island, Canada, and his thoughts on whether religion and science are reconcilable.


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