If you’re reading this, chances are you’re one of those people who have a curious mind. Always wondering how nature works, how humans have evolved, how the continents got their shape, why the universe is expanding, and other fundamental questions. So, let’s all just accept the fact that we are geeks and admit that we’d rather spend our Friday nights watching a great documentary show about science and nature than indulging in some mediocre socializing. We see nothing wrong with that. In fact, those who advocate life-long education would agree. And more often than not, we seek for sound science communicators to stimulate our love for science.
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