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I'm really into studying how various scientific results have been distorted by governments for policy reasons. So the recent protests by prominent scientists against Bush held my interest, to say the least. Today's big New York Times editorial uses the word "lame" to describe the Bush administration's response: "Tellingly, however, neither Mr. Bush's friends nor the White House denied that any of the incidents listed in the report — all had been reported before in newspapers, trade magazines and scientific journals — had occurred. The best they could muster was a lame rejoinder from Dr. John Marburger III, Mr. Bush's science adviser, who said that these were disconnected episodes reflecting normal bureaucratic disagreements, none of them adding up to a "a pattern" of distortion or disrespect for science." And hooray for Google News -- now I can instantly get some perspective on the issue from Ljubljana, complete with the story of the quack mid-century Soviet botanist-'geneticist' T. Lysenko!
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