For this week's Ask Science Mike, we address the following questions: How much does watching TV influence young children? What could happen when we start editing human DNA? Why is String Theory called a “theory?” Is it ok to punch a Nazi?
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How much does watching TV influence young children?
What could happen when we start editing human DNA?
Why is String Theory called a “theory?”
Is it ok to punch a Nazi?
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