Chris Mooney on discussing science

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Chris Mooney (The Republican War on Science) writes about discussing science with the general public in the February/March issue of Seed magazine:

What we defenders of science must realize, if we want to combat political attacks effectively, is that we have much to learn about political communication and strategizing. Ideally, and in the best spirit of science, we should view the current political quandary as a problem to be addressed through trial and error—empirical attempts to determine what actually works when it comes to translating science for the general public.

(Thanks to Rockridge Institute for the tip.)

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