How does NASA's guest blogger support her claim that there are role models for communicating scientific information?
(A) She names her own personal favorite resources for scientific information.
(B) She lists several sources of scientific information that most people seem to enjoy and trust.
(C) She suggests that people simply do more research into science reporting. (D) She explains how media outlets typically present scientific information.

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  1. I haven't read that blog.

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