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December 15, 2004

Real Science

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Posted by DeLong at December 15, 2004 09:48 PM

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You should also check out Pharyngula, PZ Myers's blog (http://pharyngula.org/).

Posted by: Anonymous at December 16, 2004 06:56 AM


It occurs to me that Brad has coined a term worth reusing. "Real Science" as opposed to "Sound Science" doesn't carry the baggage of the crowd out to distort real science in order to further their own political and/or economic interest, but it makes the point. Chris Mooney, your ears are burning... ;-)

Posted by: David W. at December 16, 2004 08:42 AM


There is something very un-American about the contention that beautiful patriotically-correct theories such as intelligent design, global non-warming, spontaneous Iraqi democrogenesis, or supply side economics, could be proven wrong by mere evidence.

Posted by: Kuas at December 16, 2004 10:38 AM


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