As a Group, You're Rational Overachievers | GenomeWeb

At Gene Expression, Razib doesn't think scientists are "particularly rational people as compared to the normal human." Just because the scientific community might push forward rationally tested hypotheses, scientists shouldn't assume that they can transfer this supposed rationality to other pursuits.

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