5 Crucial and Unexpected Nuggets of Information That Neil deGrasse Tyson Gave to Recent Graduates


Science Is Important

“Think about this: Cavemen and women, they had clean air, fresh water, their food was free-range, yet their life expectancy was 35. Something else matters that improves your life expectancy than just the search for clean air and clean water. There’s more going on in our lives brought to you by innovations in science and technology that improves your health, your wealth, your well-being. Just consider that before you start saying, ‘I don’t like science, I don’t want science.’ Well, move the hell back to the cave.”