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The Sciences

A Learning Cure for Chemphobics

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorDecember 27, 2012 4:37 AM

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I have some good news for Nicholas Kristof, the New York Times columnist who may be the most well known chemphobic in the United States: Help is on the way. Kristof, in case you weren't aware, has been battling a bad case of chem fears for the last several years. It's an unfortunate affliction, made all the more unfortunate when spread via a popular, widely read opinion writer, such as Kristof. So here's hoping he and all his fellow chemphobics read or listen to these three lectures, once they are available.

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