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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 22, 2003 07:57:21 UTC

One day of not being the biggest butthead on Earth is not's one day of what he should be doing all the time.
Contrary to what he says,
science is not not the study of what things are but how they behave .
(Have you been eating too many pancakes with margarine?)
From science, we make discoveries from which protocol is evolved to create benefit.
I will not attempt the full essay this moment
just because you claim science is non-ethical.
Suffice it to say that professional
standards are a form of ethics and without a baseline of
honesty in reporting results and without the
standardization of units of measure and precise definitions of technical terms, we would be
having far more problems in talking about the
universe than we do.

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