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  • Appaloosa

    Well, science by nature is based on skepticism. Any good scientist is a skeptic. Edwin Hubble was skeptical of Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Coffee is bad for you, eggs are good for you, red wine is bad for you, eat no butter...how many times have we seen the opposite statements from science? Oh yeah, how many scientists work for corporations like Monsanto, or Shell Oil, or The Defense Department, or the EPA. There may be reason for distrust.

    • AdelleChattre

      Don't I know it! Every day some new entry is made in the annals of science horror. Won't someone, please! think of the chick-children‽

      • Appaloosa

        MailOnline , one of the few science publications you can trust.

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