James Watson is at it again. And by "at it," we mean, giving the American scientific community reason to cringe. Two separate articles from UK newspapers detail talks with him recently (he's on his book tour there right now, and it sounds like the Brits are already eager for him to leave) in which he spreads insults far and wide.

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