The politics of science
Though science is often thought of as objective knowable truth, one journalist is concerned about the way politics influences how science is done and how it is shared with the world.
- Chris Mooney: Washington correspondent for Seed Magazine and the author of "storm World: Hurricanes, Politics, and the Battle Over Global Warming," and "The Republican War Against Science."
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