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Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was asked a pretty ridiculous question about whether or not genetic differences were the reason more girls don’t choose science as a career. No, really. A reporter actually asked the man this question. Just watch his response. It’s amazing.

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Jenna Busch

Jenna Busch is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Legion of Leia and has hosted and written for sites like Nerdist, ComingSoon.net, Metro, Birth. Movies. Death., IGN, AOL, Huffington Post and more. She co-hosted Cocktails With Stan with the legendary Stan Lee and has appeared on Attack of the Show, Fresh Ink, Tabletop with Wil Wheaton, in the documentary She Makes Comics, on NPR and Al Jazeera America, and has covered film/TV/gaming/comics for years. She's currently a co-host on Most Craved. She's been published in the comics anthology Womanthology, is a chapter author for Star Wars Psychology: Dark Side of the Mind, Game of Thrones Psychology and Star Trek Psychology and more, and owns a terrifying amount of swords and 20-sided dice. There are also those My Little Pony trailer voice overs that give one nightmares.

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  • That’s not Lawrence Summers in the video (Google him and you can see that it’s not the same guy). The questioner in the video was just giving the panel the opportunity to respond to Summers’ (horrifyingly sexist) comments about why women are underrepresented in the sciences.

  • Hispanics have a tendency to be more slender and can keep up their weight better (take a gander at what they eat). Likewise, most Hispanic racers have been hustling since they were in review school in light of the fact that in Mexico they can begin coordinate dashing steeds at an early age. In the U.S. you must be 16 to race. Hispanics are great horsemen too. http://www.assignmentdoer.com/

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