After Sri Lanka’s government restricted non-organic fertilizer use, the economy and government collapsed.
The Reuters story leaves out some details. The doctor had drugged the woman before starting to euthanize her, and instructed the family to hold the struggling patient down.
Our laws are made through a democratic process. These scientists are upset that democracy doesn’t empower scientists to dictate public policy.
Unfortunately, the Reuters reporter balked at my suggestion that fairness would dictate the article point out we aren’t pushing ID into public schools, and the law doesn’t do that either.
Yesterday, I blogged about Reuters’ inaccurate news report earlier this week, which wrongly claimed that the new Kansas science standards would remove evolution as part of the standard core curriculum in Kansas. That was before I read the revised and expanded version of Reuters’ report. Someone has now rewritten the original story. But instead of making it better, the writer has veered off into the realm of fabrication. Reuters’ revised report claims