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Monday, October 26, 2020

You will hear a recording. Type the missing words in each blank.

 

Today we’re seeing hundreds of years of scientific discovery being challenged by people who simply (1) …………………………….. facts that don’t happen to agree with their agenda. Some call it pseudoscience, others call it faith-based science, but when you notice where this (2) ………………………… tends to take place, you might as well call it political science. You can see the political science at work when it comes to global warming. Despite near again (3) ………………………. in the science community is now a movement driven by (4) ………………………… and short-term economics to ignore the evidence and discredit the reality of climactic change. You can see political science at work with respect to stem-cell research; despite its potential the federal government has (5) ………………………. funding for creating new cell lines, putting the burden of any future research squarely on the (6) …………………………… of the private sector. Now government’s most basic responsibility is the health and wealth of its people, so it has a duty to encourage (7) ……………………………. scientific (8) ………………………. that could possibly save the lives of millions.

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