“The basic idea behind Wikipedia is wrong for a number of reasons.”
How often have we heard the stale line about how science adores fresh thinking that topples past idols?
Yesterday we reported that Wikipedia editors erased the entry for distinguished paleontolgist Günter Bechly, a proponent of the theory of intelligent design.
The scientific “consensus” has immeasurably more power to coerce and silence, and on matters of far greater importance, than the President of the United States does.
I was recently reading over the Louisiana science standards, adopted this past March.