Too late, the New York Times discovers what science has become?
|April 17, 2012||Posted by News under Peer review, News|
In “NY Times Discovers Scientific Corruption” (Evolution News & Views,
April 17, 2012), Bruce Chapman notes,
It’s a man-bites-dog moment when the NY Times discovers the increasing reality that vast sums of government money have led to trimming in research reports.
[ … (shocka!)]
Another example surely is the parade of “missing link” stories that supposedly corroborate a Darwinian evolution script. … If all the missing link stories that turn out later to be false or misleading or misinterpreted were laid end to end, they would wind up biting their own prehensile fossil tails.
Which shows how useless they are. They should be biting the tails of the publicists.