When even Slate turns against a “progressive” event like this weekend’s March for Science, you know something’s wrong.
“Take the Women’s March on Washington, slash its attendance, [and] throw in Bill Nye ‘the science guy.'”
Chatting with Anika Smith, Dr. Meyer confesses that due to a “stodgy upbringing,” this was his first protest march ever!
The March for Science, in this perspective, is really a March for Public Passivity.
What gives away the game is the selectivity with which it is deployed against opponents.
More research funding sounds nice, but as Jonathan Wells explains, it does the search for truth no favors.
As a biologist, Dr. Axe knows well from personal experience the costs of thinking for yourself.
The panel pointed to how the “anti-science” label is wielded to shut down challenges to the “consensus” and to advance “anti-human” advocacy.
Stephen Meyer, Jay Richards, and Wesley Smith discuss the abuse of science and its good name.
As demonstrators converge on D.C. for the “March for Science,” explore the real threats to good science in America.