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Politicized Science Is Bad Science

Friday, 24 August 2018 01:30 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Every child who is first learning about science, and every university and college student learning about higher science, knows that discoveries are made by a large number of creative minds all seeking truth in their own way.

They also learn that in almost every instance, it has been the person who did not hold the “accepted” belief that actually made the most important discovery.

A perfect example is Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, who in the mid-1800s came up with a method to prevent a disorder that was killing tens of thousands of pregnant women throughout the developed world. The condition was called puerperal fever.

In those days, the medical community did not know about germs. Consequently, doctors frequently would perform an autopsy on a patient who had died of infection, and then — without changing their clothes or washing their hands — would perform childbirth deliveries in another part of the hospital.

In this way, the infection from the dead body was passed on to the poor mother.

Semmelweis demonstrated that a tremendous drop in fatal cases of puerperal fever could be achieved when his doctors simply were directed to wash their hands in antiseptic solutions and replace their dissection aprons for clean ones before treating pregnant women.

Despite the dramatic difference between his patients and those of orthodox doctors, Semmelweis was vilified. Eventually, he even had his medical license taken away.

He died a broken man, despite the fact that his “radical idea” has saved millions of pregnant women’s lives.

This story is repeated over and over today among the elite scientific establishment. Indeed, I have fought this battle all of my professional life.

There are many examples of this kind of mentality controlling ideas. Evolution is mandated as the only theory in all institutions of public learning, despite the fact that a growing number of highly regarded scientists question it.

Knowing they could never win a debate with knowledgeable creation scientists, evolutionists have used the courts to ban even questioning macroevolution.

Many untenured professors have lost their academic positions and one educational philosopher even suggested that students in biology programs be forced to say they believe in macroevolution or would be told to switch to a nonscience major.

This is the sort of regimentation of thought that was seen in totalitarian countries such as the old Soviet Union and its communist client states. It has no place in a free society, and certainly not in universities and colleges.

This is nothing less than thought control — the same kind of thing that dominates vaccine programs, fluoridation of drinking water, global warming, and healthcare in general.

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