This edition: The Lighter Side of ScienceTweet
Original tape date: August 23, 2011.
First aired: August 23, 2011.
On this episode of Science & U! we take a look at the lighter side of science as we talk about the movement to keep the waters of our local communities clean and safe for our families to enjoy as well as efforts to clean up the Earth. We also talk about dinosaurs the largest creatures to ever roam the Earth, the important educational lessons a potato can give and what space flight and mini golf have in common! It’s all on this episode of Science & U!
Danny Ben-David 18 years old
Kat Burns Group Leader, Earthwatch
Jack Caswell 12 years old
Mary Fran Caswell 10 years old
Ivan Garcia Manager, West Marine Store
Michael Gilliam Host, Science & U!
Grant Greenberg Host , Science & U!
Donna Hanover Host, CUNY-TV
Allen Kurzwell Inventor
Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson Host, CUNY TV
Tim Lee Comedian
Patrick McNamara Green Vacationer
Barry Mitchell Producer, CUNY TV
Martin Murjas Program Explainer, New York Hall of Science
Mark A. Norell Chairman & Curator-in-Charge, Fossil Reptiles, Amphibians, and Birds American Museum of Natural History
Ray Ortiz Pumpout Boat Operator
Karina Padilla 6 years old
Stephen Parraga 12 years old
Carol Anne Riddell Host , Science & U!
Zhennya Slootskin V.P. and Treasurer, GoingCoastal.org
Thomas Stevens Founder, Hot Sand
Jose Valez Recreational Boater
Crispin Zeeman Marketing and Design Manager, Earthwatch
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