Tuesday, October 27, 2009

A sad story

It is very disappointing to me to discover that Josh Rosenau of the National Center for Science Education thinks that water flouridization is deadly, believes that the H1N1 vaccine is a plot by the CDC to benefit the pharmaceuticals industry, and thinks that HIV is not the cause of AIDS.

How do I know this? Because Rosenau speaks approvingly on his blog of a Michael Moore movie. And Michael Moore once appeared in a Mark Null movie. And Mark Null believes these things. That's how I know.

It's a sad, sad story of an anti-creationist crusader and Ph.D candidate gone wrong.

Now some may think this is guilt by association reasoning. But what's wrong with guilt by association reasoning? Otherwise rational people use it all the time.

We all know that us bloggers stand behind every association that anyone we quote on our blogs has ever had.

Don't we?


One Brow said...

Josh Rosenau should know better than to think you would actually support the ideas that lie behind an opinion you link to without a disapproving comment. Don't worry, I know that you really offer no support to anything you link to unless you explicitly state so. You're just that kind of blogger.

Anonymous said...


Remember Martin's post on this a few weeks back? I wonder if he will apologize to the scientists whose work he misrepresented or just blame it on the other blog he quoted?