youngs at BMB.OGI.EDU
Mon Mar 8 13:23:37 EST 1999
His science may very well have been good...his morals and the types of
experiments conducted were obviously abhorrent...they are not the same
thing! The decision to perform an experiment can and should be monitored
by moral and societal standards...my point here is that the science itself
is not "bad"...unless the scientific method itself is ill-performed.
On Sat, 6 Mar 1999, Roger Whitehead wrote:
> In article <Pine.SGI.3.96.990305142321.24610A-100000 at bmb.ogi.edu>, Heather
> Youngs wrote:
> > In my book...bad science is science done poorly...no branch
> > of science is arbitrarily "BAD"
> On that basis, the experiments of Joseph Mengele would qualify as "good'
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