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5 Replies to “Saturday cartoon by Ralph Underhill”
I wrote a blog about it last monday, which led to me being accused of being anti-science. And there I was thinking scepticism was part of the scientific process. Is this the right time for the UK to ditch the Precautionary Principle?
Better check the ministerial register of interests for any gifts this ‘politically exposed’ person is going to or has received from round up’s makers.
On the one hand there is a case for preventing Ministers from having access to any form of digital device that allows them to display their stupidity and on the other hand allowing them access allows us to see just how stupid they are
Filbert I own a T shirt, one of my favourites and on it is a picture of the houses of parliament The slogan is never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups!
You might put your shirt on and read “Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds” by Charles Mackay. It was published in 1841 so the style is a bit quaint and the examples are a bit before 1841, but there are modern parallels.
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