I think the problem has nothing to do with his beliefs at all, but rather those of his employer. Until his supervisor learned of his beliefs, there was no question whether he was doing good work. When people can be fired for doing good work, something is wrong (although I’m not so sure the anti-discrimination law is the best remedy).
posted on 01/24/2008 5:51:59 AM PST
(Failing to protect the liberties of your enemies establishes precedents that will reach to yourself.)
Woods Hole is private but the funding for the research this guy was hired to do is federal.
No doubt a whole host of laws come along with that money.
posted on 01/24/2008 6:12:07 AM PST
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