The New York Times Book of Science
F 2017

For more than 150 years the New York Times has covered groundbreaking scientific events in hundreds of columns to make science understandable to the layman. In a recent book: “The New York Times Book of Science” is conveniently divided into 13 major topic headings, further subdivided in numerous articles from which participants can easily pick several for their respective session.

This SD/G will use these articles to comment on their acceptance and discuss if any changes have occurred to refute the original concepts or whether they have stood the test of time (in this case further experimentation, discoveries or expansion of the original ideas). 

This SD/G does not require a science background since the articles were written for the general public not for scientists.