Skip to comments.The Liberalsí War on Science (not the real one)
Posted on 03/05/2013 5:37:01 PM PST by Olog-hai
Believe it or notand I suspect most readers will nottheres a liberal war on science. Say what?
We are well aware of the Republican war on science from the eponymous 2006 book (Basic Books) by Chris Mooney, and I have castigated conservatives myself in my 2006 book Why Darwin Matters (Henry Holt) for their erroneous belief that the theory of evolution leads to a breakdown of morality.
The lefts war on science begins with the stats cited above: 41 percent of Democrats are young Earth creationists, and 19 percent doubt that Earth is getting warmer. These numbers do not exactly bolster the common belief that liberals are the people of the science book. In addition, consider cognitive creationistswhom I define as those who accept the theory of evolution for the human body but not the brain.
(Excerpt) Read more at scientificamerican.com ...
Michael Shermer screams out to the world that he is a moron.
Scientific American is far left, as demonstrated by their endless hype on global warming and worship of green energy.
But the fact that even they bring up the nature loving nuts hysteria on GMO is amazing.
I just wish they’d gone ahead and endorsed Golden Rice in the article.
Then in my twenties I dropped my SA subscription when they went anti-nuclear.
I finally stopped reading SA entirely in the 90s when they went anti-gun. I knew they had been totally overrun by Liberalism at that point. There reliability as a science magazine had been totally destroyed.
Scientific American is of course just a name and not a description. It could just as easily be called Lyshenko’s Folly.
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