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  1. Entertainment

    Funny Or Die Grants Creationists’ Wish For More Inclusion In Cosmos

    Some religious groups have complained that their scientifically unprovable opinions haven't been included on science show Cosmos. Thankfully Funny Or Die has stepped in with "Creationist Cosmos" a dead-on parody that lampoons the willful ignorance of creationists as well as Cosmos' Spaceship of the Imagination style cheesiness.

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  2. Science

    Creationists Upset Over Exclusion From Cosmos, Do They Have A Point?

    It's probably inevitable that religious conservatives would eventually take offense at Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos. However, the most recent creationist complaint is just as surprising as it is contradictory.

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  3. Entertainment

    The Ratings Are in for Cosmos and They’re Amazing

    It was pretty clear on Sunday night that a lot of people were watching  Cosmos from all the tweets and Facebook updates about it, but according to a tweet by Seth MacFarlane the numbers are in. 12 million people watched live, and if you count DVR recordings it jumps to 17.5 million.

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  4. Science

    Neil deGrasse Tyson and Ann Druyen Talk Cosmos and Gravity at SXSW [Video]

    Not everybody gets to be at SXSW right now, and even fewer of us get to hang out with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Cosmos producer Ann Druyen. That's why we're happy we found this set of videos from the Samsung What's Trending SXSW blogger lounge, so we can live vicariously through this lucky audience.

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  5. Space

    President Obama Is Introducing Cosmos Tonight, Which You’re Watching

    Cosmos is premiering tonight, and we here at Geekosystem are ridiculously excited about it. We've had the chance to screen the first episode, and it's truly incredible. But just when we thought we couldn't be any more excited about this show, we found out that President Obama was going to be adding an introduction to the series before it airs.

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  6. Entertainment

    Seriously, Though, You Need to Watch Cosmos This Sunday

    We'll admit, you probably expected writers from a site with "Geek" in the title to be excited about Cosmos just from the trailers. However, we also got the chance to watch the first episode already, so trust us when we say it really is going to be incredible. We don't know how else to convince you to watch, but by God, we're gonna to try.

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  7. Entertainment

    Learn More About the Awesome Animation Sequences in Cosmos From Producer Kara Vallow

    If you happen to watch Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on Sunday night at 9pm—and you should, because it's incredible—then you're going to notice a lot of really gorgeously animated sequences over the course of the series. We wanted to know what went into making these parts of the show, so we went straight to the source.

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  8. Space

    Check Back Here Tonight at 9PM EST for a Live Q+A Feed with the Creators Of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

    It's no secret that we're major fans of the upcoming Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on Fox and National Geographic. If you're as pumped as we are for the premiere on Sunday night at 9pm EST, then you should definitely park yourself in front of your computer at 9pm EST tonight to catch a livestream with the series' creators.

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  9. Space

    Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Space Camp From Someone Who’s Actually Been There

    When I first broke the news to the rest of my coworkers that National Geographic would be flying me to Space Camp for the weekend, I was surprised to learn that my longtime friend and fellow Geeko writer Carolyn Cox had never heard of it. Ever! So if you're like her, come on over and educate yourselves on the wonders of Space Camp.

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  10. Space

    Our Own Victoria McNally Is Currently at Space Camp, and She Has the Photos to Prove It

    Right now a team of journalists are spacing it up at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama to promote Cosmos and a Life in Space with National Geographic Channel. Among them is our own Victoria McNally, and she's posting pics to our Instagram account. Space Camp looks fun.

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  11. Space

    The New Trailer for Cosmos With Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Spectacular [Video]

    Neil deGrasse Tyson and Cosmos were pretty much made for each other, and this new trailer from FOX is more like a trailer for a Hollywood epic than a science show, because there's no reason it shouldn't be just that exciting. So give it a watch and get a bit emotional that Carl Sagan isn't around to see it, because it would do him proud.

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  12. Space

    Trailer for Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos is Weird, But Also Completely Gorgeous [Video]

    The follow-up to Carl Sagan's beloved 1980 classic miniseries, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey, is coming to fruition in late 2014, and thanks to San Diego Comic-Con we've finally got a trailer. It's pretty... indescribable. Breathtaking, yes. Sense-making? Not so much. Hasn't stopped me from watching three or four times in a row, though.

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  13. Science

    Happy Birthday, Carl Sagan! We Are Sorry You (Inexplicably) Didn’t Get A Google Doodle

    Today is Carl Sagan's birthday, which, if there were any justice in the world, would be celebrated in the fashion we've become accustomed to for nerds of note -- with a Google Doodle commemorating the day that one of the world's best and brightest science celebrities was expelled from the womb. As there is clearly no justice in the world, though, Sagan's birthday was overlooked by Google's legions of doodlers, who were no doubt exhausted by celebrating Bram Stoker's big 165 yesterday. I don't think we need to tell you why this is clearly unacceptable.

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  14. Space

    Neil deGrasse Tyson Will Host Sequel to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, Produced by Seth MacFarlane

    Fox has given the greenlight for a reboot of Carl Sagan's iconic TV series Cosmos, to be hosted by famous and well-respected astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. The show will be produced by none other than Seth MacFarlane. Yes, Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy will be the mind behind a 13-part docu-series to air in primetime as a successor to Sagan's original Emmy and Peabody Award winning series. For Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey, MacFarlane will be working with Sagan's original collaborators from the Cosmos: A Personal Voyage series that ran on PBS in 1980. These collaborators include Sagan's widow writer and producer Ann Druyan, and astrophysicist Steven Soter. The National Geographic Channel will co-produce Cosmos and will air a same-night encore of the episodes after they air on Fox. The program is expected to air in 2013, which is around the same time that Fox plans to launch MacFarlane's take on the Hanna-Barbera classic, The Flintstones.

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