Here's some damn good statistical journalism. I find the second map particularly interesting. It's almost as if one political party is trying to dissolve the People and elect a new one . . .
Always remember than Senator McCarthy was wrong. There were no communist spies in the US government.
This is incredible. I've been a skeptic all along, but I can't believe that they kept these emails around and discussed this stuff openly. I hope they get what they deserve – they certainly aren't scientists and they should no longer be employed as such. I'm guessing that the long term consequences of proving that this whole thing was BS will be minimal. The over-arching narrative won't change much, even though the theory is obviously more fake than most skeptics believed.
I can't believe I missed this. Hopefully they'll be another one. Although I would then be required to buy a bike. Perhaps I'd be asking too much if I asked for a Tweed stroll?
Conquest's third law of politics is: "The behavior of any bureaucratic organization can best be understood by assuming that it is controlled by a secret cabal of its enemies." Let's assume a bureaucracy is passing a douchey law prohibiting genetic testing for any purpose whatsoever(!). If such an organization was run by a secret cabal of its enemies, could such a cabal come up with a better name for the law than GINA? I think not . . .