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A lesson in irony

i⋅ro⋅ny: Making broad, vague generalizations about Republicans and science in the same essay where you tout your nuance and complexity:

The point is that science and liberalism alike are rooted in a style of thinking that is nuanced, complex, tolerant of uncertainty. — Chris Mooney

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  1. April 14, 2012 at 9:27 am

    Praj. You must be reading Mooney for the entertainment value. I can’t even get that out of him. But the irony–nay, self-parody–never ends on when it comes politics and science.

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