“Being steadfast in defense of carefully considered convictions is a virtue,” George Will wrote recently. “Being blankly incapable of distinguishing cherished hopes from disappointing facts, or of reassessing comforting doctrines in face of contrary evidence, is a crippling political vice.” 30 Bush has finally met his match. The Universe is the one foe more steadfast than he is. It cannot be bullied or intimidated. The laws of physics know no compromise. This is a game of chicken Bush will lose. If he doesn’t take his foot off the accelerator, then the only question is: how will we recover from the crash?
Friday, September 02, 2005
An old comment that I can't help but remember
I sent this eSkeptic to my friends last year before the election. Its about the politicizaton of science, and it seems more important than ever to bring this problem to light.
Posted by Hume's Ghost at 9/02/2005