Re: SCIENCE OFTEN MASQUERADES AS LAW (AND VICE-VERSA)
Dan Drake (email@example.com)
26 Apr 1995 18:02:02 GMT
In message <161328Z24041995@anon.penet.fi> - firstname.lastname@example.org (Poor Richa
>Poor Richard agrees with Dr. Fujita and believes that many scientists
>do not demonstrate a "modicum of integrity"; Poor Richard thinks that most
>of what fills the biological literature (almost 2000 journals now), is
>bullshit and not worth the paper it is printed on. That is perhaps
>why the government insists on us calling it an "advertisement"
>Poor Richard thinks that the peer review system is badly warped and that
>these two commentators have the right idea: Most scientific literature
>would be better off never having been printed, as law would be better off
>with fewer lawyers, more jails, fewer opinions and more facts.
Remember, folks, you don't have to read this pompous third-person drivel.
Your newsreader has a Kill facility buried somewhere; learn about it.
Perhaps Poor Richard will manage to create new aliases on the anonymous news
server, but at least he/she/it (or, as they say in Texas, he-sheeeit) will be
put to msome extra trouble to keep imposing this stuff on us.
server from rejecting
Apologies; when I get a newsreader with a usable editor, this won't be