The Proper Roles of Hype and Emotion in Science

Scientists who find themselves emotionally invested in their research should back off that work until such time as it can be done more objectively, or pass it off to someone who has more maturity and self-control.

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Not with My Wife in There!

Postal-poster perverts the nation over are foaming at the possibilities. Peeping Toms now only need to “identify” as tomboys to succeed at peeping. How far into the toilet have we gone, as a society, to allow leering, lecherous leeches to have lawful access to their targets by means of “identifying” as something they’re not?

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Critiquing a Critical Essay: “Friends”, Cultural Degradation, Education, and David Hopkins’ Pandering

In the Dallas Morning News, David Hopkins wrote what initially appears to be a mildly iconoclastic essay on the cultural implications of the 1990s pop-fad TV show, Friends. I found the opinion piece (this version of it anyway) thought-provoking, even if I did not agree with some of his points. Background: In the ’90s, I […]

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