“Good Science Always Has Political Ramifications. Why? Because a scientifically testable claim can be shown to be either most probably true or false, whether the claim is made by a king or a president, a Pope, a Congressperson, or a common citizen. “
– from Fool Me Twice: Fighting the Assault on Science in America by Shawn Lawrence Otto (Rodale, 2011).
“Good Science Always Has Political Ramifications [Book Excerpt],” Shawn Lawrence Otto, Scientific American
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