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Creationists Want Time On deGrasse Tyson's 'Cosmos'

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March 23, 2014
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Some creationists believe the new show, "Cosmos: A Space Odyssey," lacks balance because it doesn't offer equal airtime to religious fundamentalists. Video provided by Newsy


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Did An Oklahoma TV Station Censor Evolution Out Of 'Cosmos'?

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Newsy (Mar. 13, 2014) — By accident or design, KOKH aired an ad spot over an evolution reference in Fox's "Cosmos" reboot Sunday. Video provided by Newsy
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Tyson Foods Ends Contract With Pig Farm Over Abuse Video

Tyson Foods Ends Contract With Pig Farm Over Abuse Video

Newsy (Nov. 23, 2013) — Tyson Foods has terminated its contract with an Oklahoma pig farm after a video was released of workers abusing the animals.
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Rooster Infertility Drives Up Price of Chicken: Crisis at the Coop

Rooster Infertility Drives Up Price of Chicken: Crisis at the Coop

TheStreet (July 10, 2014) — Aviagen Group, the largest producer of breeding chickens, has found that tweaking the genes of its mainstay rooster has rendered the crowing male chickens less fertile. That genetic fallout is set to hit Americans right where it hurts -- in the wallet. The Aviagen roosters, no longer quite cock of the walk, produce about 25% of chickens raised for food in the U.S. Heightened prices of beef and pork have already made demand for chicken soar this barbecue season. But the increasing impotency of the roosters exacerbates an already short supply of breeding chickens, the result of a 2011 boost in feed prices, and consumers will see more expensive broilers. Investors, though, can cash in on two stocks in particular, Tyson Foods and Sanderson Farms. Video provided by TheStreet
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Male Y Sex Chromosome Not Headed for Extinction

Male Y Sex Chromosome Not Headed for Extinction

Buzz60 (Feb. 23, 2012) — The theory that men would be extinct in the next five-million years, is no longer true. The Y sex chromosome is still withering, but at a minimum. So ladies will have to settle for living with them all of the time, and without them only some of the time. Maureen Aladin doesn't think that's so bad.
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