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Silicon Valley Comic Con and Science March! – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 4/25/17

Tested’s own Kishore Hari joins us this week for a special on-location recording of Still Untitled! Fresh off of the Science March on Saturday, Adam and Kishore talk about their participation and share some wonderful moments from the rally. Plus, we talk about some of our favorite things at Silicon Valley Comic Con!

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18 thoughts on “Silicon Valley Comic Con and Science March! – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 4/25/17

  1. Kishore! You are the master behind the scenes at the March of Science. Thank you so much for all your hard work. And great to learn you shared the stage with your Dad. Beautiful.

  2. 1) SVCC was epic this year! Met so many great people. Much bigger and ran much smoother than last year.
    2) Why was there no Science March last year?

  3. First, props to Kishore (I’m trying to tag you, but tagging doesn’t seem to work in the comments here anymore) for the science march.

    Secondly, is that a Seiko Turtle that Adam is wearing? I’m having a hard time determining if its a turtle or an SKX. Either way, nice watch 🙂

  4. Longshot. I thought you didn’t want politics on Tested?

    Personally, I find that insincere trolling like what you are doing here, especially when you are seemingly only doing it so you can attack, amongst other things, the obviously heartfelt motivations of one of the site’s hosts… someone who helped bring hundreds of thousands of scientists out into the streets for genuine, heartfelt and passionate defense of their work and their rights (a portion of whom made things quite overtly political, as is to be expected at the moment), is a lot more detrimental to Tested’s discourse than the occasional political coverage (when directly relevant to the topics under discussion) or even the occasional civil disagreement. If you want to state that the science march shouldn’t exist, or be apolitical, why not do it openly. Though arguing that politics and science shouldn’t mix doesn’t sound very scientific at the moment.

    I suggest you go reread Kishore’s response to the screenshotted comment again.

  5. The Swedish word for science is vetenskap. Vet = know, so basically science means knowledge or the teachings of knowledge in Swedish, meaning they’re proven facts.

  6. Re: Towels…I guess Douglas Adams was correct…

    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy says:

    “A towel is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have.”

    Remember, Towel Day is May 25th!

  7. I also want to thank Kishore for all his efforts with the National sites. He was a wonderful help and support to my daughter-in-law Stephanie in Rochester NY! Their local march was over 1700.

  8. the bit of crucial importance, of course, is that in empirical science, there is no proven in a strict sense, which is why i’m always a bit reluctant with that word. proof has finality, as in math. the findings of empirical science are always open to be improved upon, though. new evidence, new methods, new theories, (eventually) new paradigms.

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