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Scientocracy Rules
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Publish-date-icon December 23, 2009
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Welcome to the Scientocracy, where unless you fully accede to the consensus view, then your opinion not only doesn’t matter, it might even be dangerous. On this episode of ID the Future Casey Luskin shows how a recent move to redefine scientific literacy from an understanding of science into wholesale capitulation to the “consensus” damages true scientific literacy — including the right to debate and dissent.

Luskin's article appeared in Salvo Magazine's Winter 2009 issue. For more information on Salvo, visit www.salvomag.com.

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