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Christian Science Monitor: Hal Lewis is the new Martin Luther

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The Christian Science Monitor, a pretty famous journal whose name suggests that one of the things it could do well is to monitor the analogies between Christianity and science, has published a deep and optimistic text:

Climate change 'fraud' letter: a Martin Luther moment in science history (click).
Well, it was written by Anthony Watts and we know his wise opinions. However, we haven't known them from the pages of the CS Monitor yet. Watts quotes portions of Lewis' letter to the APS chairman, compares this event with the nailing of Martin Luther's 95 Theses to the Wittenburg church door, and hopes that Lewis' letter will lead to a similar reformation of the scientific community.

I am actually uncertain whether I would agree with all the 95 theses by Luther but I surely do agree with Watts and Lewis. ;-)

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