Getting hard to ignore
Not of this world?
“CDC has to come out and look at the risk-benefit ratio again…”
“We remain committed to protecting Mauna Kea from further desecration…”
Might want to rethink this one, chief
“…biological denialism exists about nearly any observed difference between human groups”
Hide the kids.
Witchcraft or science?
The big picture
Party of science?
It’s not what’s for dinner
“These are robust, reliable findings.”
Bruce Willis, call your agent
E.T. failed to phone our home
Stop the world. I’d like to get off now, please
Don’t talk to me about facts
Days of future past
As if Hurricane Florence wasn’t enough
“…sometimes values such as academic freedom and free speech come into conflict with other values”
“Whenever anyone had a meeting with her there was at least an even chance they would come out in tears.”
We could prove it but we don’t feel like it
An idea way too far before its time
He’s not phoning home, but maybe he could
“‘Diversity’ is now an explicit job qualification in the STEM fields.”
Stop conflating the LGB and the T
Not really, but we may not need to be
The peasants don’t need to know
Show your work
One trillion channels and nothing to listen to
Follow the science
“The slur against the sciences, however interpreted, is offensive and disappointing…”
Maybe we should just try it the old-fashioned way
The “party of science” generally isn’t
We just don’t know, but let’s do it anyway
Even if we can, should we?
Shocking but true
So I guess you can all go home now
“The implicit-bias conceit spread like wildfire.”
“When the facts change, I change my mind”
You’re not doing science the right way
“…without the midi-chlorians, life couldn’t exist, and we’d have no knowledge of the force.”
Political opinions change, but… science?
But they are apparently the same
Nadler: “Shocking and dangerous.”