Post Mortem: 'Science' has a lot to answer for

This weekend, a bunch of so-called 'scientists' have been gathering in Dublin for the Euroscience Open Forum 2012, writes Garvan Grant.

14th July, 2012
Post Mortem: 'Science' has a lot to answer for
Leprechauns may have sprinkled sticky, invisible dust on the ground, so we don't fall off the planet.

This weekend, a bunch of so-called 'scientists' have been gathering in Dublin for the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) 2012. Now, as we all know, science can be pretty cool and has given us lots of amazing things, including the digital watch, fast food, Lilt and online shopping.

Science has also provided us with a lot of answers as to how and why the universe works - or doesn't work, depending on your worldview.

However, believe it...

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