Adam Frank A Tax That Would Hurt Science's Most Valuable — And Vulnerable By Adam Frank • Dec 1, 2017 As the tax bill moves through Congress, an issue has risen that hits dangerously close to U.S. efforts in science. Did The EPA Censor Its Scientists? By Adam Frank • Oct 29, 2017 Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency abruptly pulled a group of its scientists from speaking at a scientific meeting set to take place Monday. The conference was focused on exploring ways to protect the Narragansett Bay Estuary in Rhode Island. Climate change happens to be one of the threats to the estuary and the EPA's researchers were set to talk on this issue. Could You Power Your Home With A Bike? By Adam Frank • Dec 9, 2016 An NPR listener (with what may be the best Twitter handle ever — Booky McReaderpants) inquired whether a home can be powered by bicycle-powered generator. It's an interesting issue about energy and the modern world. And the short answer comes from just running the numbers. Need Some Perspective? Watch Carl Sagan's 'Pale Blue Dot' By Adam Frank • Nov 8, 2016 So, it's Election Day here in the United States. Every presidential election seems important, but I am sure that I am not alone in thinking this one is different, maybe more important than most. So, please, go vote. When you're done, I give you (once again) Carl Sagan's beautiful "Pale Blue Dot" speech to put it all in perspective.