Interview: Brian Cox

By Diana Wichtel In Science

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10th December, 2012
He may have the cherubic look of a much younger, much hipper (who isn’t?) Cliff Richard, but celebrity scientist Brian Cox calls a spade a spade; a knob a hopelessly unscientific knob. “It’s okay to say that if you believe the world was created 6000 years ago, as the Creationists do, then you are an idiot,” he explained in the Telegraph. ...

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