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(Cracked)   Since politicians think they can be scientists too, here are four crazy scientific theories that were brought up by them   (cracked.com ) divider line
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4998 clicks; posted to Politics » on 16 Oct 2012 at 10:55 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2012-10-16 12:02:43 PM  
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qorkfiend: Fluorescent Testicle: OneTimed: I think it's more important that our politicians are scientifically literate, not necessarily scientists.

I would be happy with one simple yes-or-no question.

"Do you believe in evolution?"

If they answer "No," they're either forced to take a high school science class or banned from politics for life.

I don't think it should be "believe". A better question might be "Do you understand the scientific basis and reasoning behind the theory of evolution?"


Even betterer question: 'When you reach an unknown, do you study it, perform tests, analyze results and reach a likely conclusion based on the current tools available to us, or do you Because Jesus?'
2012-10-16 11:47:54 AM  
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Fluorescent Testicle: lousyskater: As a Wind Turbine Technician, this one really rustled my jimmies.

gulogulo: Yeah, well, trying being an ecologist. ... In my field, most laypeople are convinced they know better than the scientists studying it. See: climate change, deforestation, fragmentation, invasive species, cats.

My degree was in palaeontology. Imagine how I feel about creationism. :P


well, being a metaphysicist, imagine how I feel about their paradoxically categorized dualism, god in the cracks optimism, and arbitrarily prescribed moral relativism.
2012-10-16 11:05:10 AM  
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Proving that science and god don't mix.
2012-10-16 11:00:33 AM  
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Cracked is blocked at work - did they mention Hank's Johnson's theory about how Guam is in danger of tipping over?
 
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