When science journalism goes bad …

I only post this because this is the sort of meaningless, unintelligible science journalism that drives me nuts. It doesn’t really elucidate anything to the general public and it offers no details for the experts. I don’t even know exactly what the findings were, because based on the article, this is nothing new. This is what happens when science education goes downhill I suppose.
EDIT 5/30/08: Looks like someone decided to do a little more indepth article on the research. This is a much better take on it.


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