Lawrence Krauss

Arizona State University

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Physicist, and founding director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University

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Crimes identified as "terror" attacks inspire panic. Does that distract our attention from thinking rationally about what's really dangerous and what's not?

How Should We Think Rationally about Fear?

Crimes identified as "terror" attacks inspire panic. Does that distract our attention from thinking rationally about what's really dangerous and what's not?

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