Monday, May 15, 2006
TCS Daily - Soda Pop Myopia
Great little article with a lot of implications. As it points out, once again politics predominates over science. The wider implication that also is drawn are the impacts of having government regulate choice rather than the educational option of trusting individuals to choose for themselves and empowering them to do so. That would require an educational system where science takes precedence over politics: but then that would mean no more ecomyths.
Posted by L Graham Smith at 9:57 AM