Monday, May 31, 2010

Harrabin: One paragraph, two words

One paragraph:
Surveys show that many people don't believe the truths of scientific orthodoxy anymore and prefer to seek their "facts" in the blogosphere where it's easier to get insouciant endorsement of high-consumption western lifestyles.
Two words:
1. F*ck
2. *ff

This is posted here because - I appreciate that this may surprise you - comments aren't enabled at Harrabin's piece. You'll also be immensely surprised that the sources of this mountain of survey data aren't linked.


Roger Thornhill said...

truth and "scientific orthodoxy" are non-sequitur.

Anonymous said...

Harrabin once changed the BBC web site at the command of a tree hugging religious nut.

ChrisM said...

"Surveys show..."

Ah yes, surveys. That is how REAL science is done of course. What a cretin,

Oh yeah? So what has happened for the last ten years, exactly?

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