- April 06, 2013 - 08:40
An amazing amalgam of hearsay, innuendo and figments of his imagination, this article is just another opposition propaganda puff piece without any decent research.
- April 04, 2013 - 08:12
Saelcove don't know what a scientist is.
- Ed Power
- April 03, 2013 - 16:36
And so we hear from the intellectual "elite" of the Conservative Party demographic - "Most scientists today are nut bars"....
- April 03, 2013 - 14:24
unfortunately the general public has little idea what "science" actually is. just ask someone to give the difference between the definitions of "theory" and "scientific theory". if its not justin beiber or kim kardashian, then average joe just doesn't give a hoot. probably why our planet will be in rough shape by the end of this century.
- April 03, 2013 - 10:32
Most scientists today are nut bars
- Tony Rockel
- April 03, 2013 - 19:01
Have you ever had a conversation with a real scientist? I'd like to know how you arrived at such a remarkable conclusion.
- Always Ask
- April 03, 2013 - 09:49
The Conservatives are not against science because they dare to question some aspects. The fact that there is questioning is an indication that they are pro-science because the nature of science is to ask and investigate. Challenging widely spread scientific theories is important to the advancement of humanity because sometimes these popular theories are just plain wrong as they were they thought the world was flat, non-whites were non-human, and smoking was good for you.
- April 03, 2013 - 13:24
... and in the same vein, Stalin proved himself an intellectual maestro of music because he dared to dismiss Shostakovich from the Soviet Conservatory and banned his mucsic from being played. In bravely challenging Shostakovich and his popular but probably wrong artistic theories, he helped advance humanity.