Double Helixes and Double Crosses (was: Favorite NON-fiction)

Chris Olson - SunPS Chrisf.Olson at Sun.COM
Tue Jan 28 13:46:21 PST 2003

> So what are these other ways?

I'm not a scientist, and haven't done a complete
study of the subject.  It was brought up earlier
by someone else here, and I've heard this before
(I can't recall the examples given).

However, just because I can't think up a better government
than the one we have, doesn't mean the one we have doesn't
need improvement (to use a different analogy).

Can anyone here answer that question?  Anyone?  Hello?  Uh oh.
I'm out on a limb with this one, I think.

Uh... work calling, gotta do work.  Yep.  Earnin' a paycheck
and all that....

But I'm curious: are you suggesting that scientists the world
around use The Method as the ONLY way of research?  That doesn't
sound right to me, even if it is.  (And if it is, and it can
be proved to me, I'd be tempted to change my opinion and join the other