Too Many Democrats Spoil the Science? | GenomeWeb

A recent Slate article says that there are too many Democrats in science. Democrats found themselves in a unique position during the Bush administration and were able to "score political points" by accusing Bush of being "anti-science," says Slate's Daniel Sarewitz. Now they're convinced that anyone who disagrees with them on issues like climate change is "fundamentally irrational," he adds.

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