SciShow – How Even the Best Science Communicators Can Still Be Wrong

A lot of people have been asking me about my opinion on SciShow’s latest video about GMOs. Overall, I was very pleased with the video, but it is far from perfect as Hank makes a rather large mistake. In this video, I try to correct that mistake and take the opportunity to talk about science communicators in general, and how they can sometimes be wrong about the subject they are covering.

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About Myles Power (570 Articles)
My name is Myles Power, and I run the educational YouTube channel, powerm1985. I spend what little free time I have sharing my love of SCIENCE! through home experiments, visiting sites of scientific interest, and angrily ranting at pseudoscience proponents. I am also one of the founding members of the podcast 'The League of Nerds' - which I co-host with James from 'The History of Infection'.

1 Comment on SciShow – How Even the Best Science Communicators Can Still Be Wrong

  1. One point that always seems to be missed when it comes to the discussion about patented seed and the possibility of lawsuits over inappropriate use is that patenting of novel strains long predates genetic engineering. Someone like Percy Schmeiser could just as easily have been sued for misappropriating a patented non-GM strain of, say, tomatoes or peaches or apples. Patents and there enforcement are simply not a GM issue per se, they are quite separate.

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