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February 18, 2006

I Love Scientists

By Neil the Ethical Werewolf

Looks like scientists at NIH are making progress on a vaccine for Ebola

I'm hoping that the scientists don't get laid off due to budget cuts, like those government scientists working on renewable energy who lost their jobs right after Bush talked about weaning us off our addiction to oil.  Fortunately, there isn't a wealthy pro-Ebola lobby in America, so we're probably safe this time. 

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Comments

Thank you for defending scientists. We're under attack. Conservatives have drawn this false "scientists vs. the godly" fight. Most scientists have a distaste for getting involved in political fights, so we need more people speaking up for us.

Posted by: Unstable Isotope | Feb 18, 2006 11:00:51 AM

Unstable,

Here's one Christian who views science, and especially scientists themselves, as a gift from God. Do with that what you will.

Posted by: Stephen | Feb 18, 2006 11:49:17 AM

i hope they can get it to the people who need it (africans).

Posted by: pluripotentate | Feb 18, 2006 2:24:11 PM

Thank you Stephen. I know there are progressive Christians out there, but they aren't getting much attention right now.

Posted by: Unstable Isotope | Feb 18, 2006 3:39:17 PM

NIH is more than well-enough funded. It's CDC that's underfunded and where scientists may be laid off.

Posted by: SteveH | Feb 18, 2006 7:28:18 PM

There's a lot of anti-bioterrorism money flowing into the CDC, NIH, etc. I work in a veterinary diagnostics lab (so I appreciate the "gift from God" comments!), and have been pretty amazed at the money that's being put into efforts to combat bio- and agro-terrorism. Just goes to show, you can get money for science...the science the GOP thinks will help them out.

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