Hello Folks: The Mistrust of Science is an article - from the New Yorker. The text of this article was actually delivered as the commencement address at the California Institute of Technology, on Friday, June 10th. Reading it is worth your time. I look forward to the ensuing discussion/debate. Not to give too much away, before you do read it, for my own part I think the author missed an opportunity to really delve into things like: The amount of money involved in determining what gets studied, how it gets studied and why current biases within the scientific community become entrenched. Nor do I think the author really delved into community bias as much as he could of, almost as if he did not see the scientific method capable of long-term entrenched bias. From his perspective, the scientific method itself counters human bias. He didn't seem to consider the possibility that human bias obstructs observation, even scientific observation. Anyway - I look forward to exploring this article in more depth, with all of you.