Friday, November 13, 2009

Science Made Stupid

Here's a website that has an abridged form of the book Science Made Stupid. If you haven't heard of it before, it really lives up to its name.

Once, when the secrets of science were the jealously guarded property of a small priesthood, the common man had no hope of mastering their arcane complexities. Years of study in musty classrooms were prerequisite to obtaining even a dim, incoherent knowledge of science. Today, all that has changed: a dim, incoherent knowledge of science is available to anyone.

Read the whole thing.

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Unknown said...

Well, that was good for a few laughs. Especially liked the comparison of the inductive and deductive methods.

Jim S. said...

The link is just to the Introduction. Make sure you click on the individual chapters at the bottom of the page.

Unknown said...

Oh I did, no need to worry about that. I thought the creation versus evolution models (and the combined one) was pretty good too.