Monthly Archives: February 2011

“My Friends, Right or Wrong”: ‘Virtue’ deconstructing to corruption

Matt Wedel writes in his recent blog postings… …on scientific productivity: “…for internet cranks in general, and absolutely pandemic for dinosaur cranks in particular…” Advice on cranks, from an orthodox subscriber to the dead field of dinobird palaeontology.  (Though … Continue reading

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Oh what a tangled web he weaves

Science is fascinating and fun.  People enjoy doing it and many are those who feel called to explain it. Too many.  Science requires not just concentration but wisdom and a frighteningly open mind, because it’s a deceiver.  The unwary and … Continue reading

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