Well said and worth repeating. And the "scientific" side has earned the
distrust of the other by its bullying, to the detriment of science in
the mind of the public, I believe, in the following way.
The sales force for the scientific side continues to insist on how
objective its take, how external, how APOLITICAL. Apparently it is
blind to the fact that the position of wanting to use risk assessment
rather than make a coherent argument on other grounds, and the idea that
those who are more convinced by ethical arguments are nevertheless to be
forced to accept risk assessment methodology applied to them, is of
itself a highly political and non-scientific position. This point is
not, of course, lost upon anyone else.
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