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Heather E. Heying

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Heather E. Heying


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Heather E. Heying (Heying, rhymes with "flying") is an American evolutionary biologist and author. She co-hosts the DarkHorse Podcast with her husband and fellow evolutionary biologist Bret Weinstein and writes a newsletter called Natural Selections on Substack. ...more

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On resigning from the Board of the University of Austin

Last week, I resigned from the Board of the University of Austin (UATX). It was a difficult decision, but a necessary one, and a long time coming.

What follows is, first, my resignation letter, barely edited to obscure personal details. After that, I include some of what I removed from the resignation letter, a little of which will be slightly cryptic for those not in possession of the many hundred

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“Seek authorities who are willing to both show you how they arrived at their conclusions and admit when they have made mistakes.”
Heather E. Heying, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life

“Science functions best when all hypotheses are on the table. Some will be easily dismissed. Others will prove recalcitrant to falsification, even if we eventually come to understand that they are not true. But what science needs, above all else, is the freedom to discuss the possibilities. Without that, there will be no new discoveries.”
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“Everyone can and should learn to be a better observer... Observing your world carefully, becoming aware of your own bias, of your own previously held beliefs and how they limit what you can see — it’s utterly necessary if you are to have independence of thought. And if you don’t have independence of thought, what do you have?”
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