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[7-Jun-2005]
Scientists must take care
Ramesh Raghuvanshi

No doubt, all scientists agree that the definition of science is asking new questions. But unfortunately, this is only half of the truth. When a new scientific theory is discovered, some scientists force the public to accept this ultimate truth.

Take the example of genetic science, when scientists discovered the genome. There is a mad rush to prove that there are genes for consciousness, intelligence, anger, and so on. Take another example - dotcom madness, particularly in the USA. Many fools lost their money in this business. Scientists must take care, with this kind of foolishness.

Ramesh Raghuvanshi, India



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