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Arthur Benjamin
Professor of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College
Magician
Roger Bingham
Science Author
Television Essayist
Napoleon Chagnon
Professor of Anthropology, U.C. Santa Barbara
K.C. Cole
Science Writer, Los Angeles Times
Richard Dawkins
Oxford University
Jared Diamond
Professor of Physiology, UCLA Medical School
Clayton J. Drees
Associate Professor of History, Virginia Wesleyan College
Mark Edward
Professional Magician
Mentalist
George Fischbeck
Meteorologist
Science Educator, ABC Television
Gregory Forbes
Professor of Biology, Grand Rapids Community College
John Gribbin
Astrophysicist
Science Writer
Christof Koch
Professor of Cognitive & Behavioral Biology, California Institute of Technology, and
Professor of Computation & Neural Systems, California Institute of Technology
Lawrence M. Krauss
Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics, Case Western Reserve University
William McComas
Director, Science Education Programs, University of Southern California
Leonard Mlodinow
Physicist, Caltech
Richard Olson
Professor of History of Science, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont Graduate School
Donald Prothero
Professor of Geology, Occidental College
Nancy Segal
Professor of Psychology, CSU., Fullerton
Eugenie Scott
Executive Director, National Center For Science Education
Julia Sweeney
Writer
Actor
Comedian
Frank Sulloway
Research Scholar, University of California, Berkeley
Carol Tavris
Social Psychologist
Author
Stuart Vyse
Professor of Psychology, Connecticut College

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