political science: conclusion

December 26, 2007 at 12:35 pm | | news, political science, science and the public, science community

I guess Clinton wins the science race. At least so far. Maybe others will catch up before too long.

Do you want to see the candidates debate about science? Maybe there will be a debate someday, if you vote here:

You can check which members of Congress encouraged adequate NSF and DOE science funding here.

Jordan and Kendall mentioned that Popular Mechanics has helped us along the way by compiling quotes from the leading candidates on several geek-oriented issues, including “science/education.” Don’t be fooled by the number of checks by any candidate’s name. They get checks so long as they say something about the issue, no matter how vapid. But check them for updates.


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  1. Another depressing science budget from Bush and Congress.

    Goodbye High energy physics. Biomedical research, you’re just gonna have to say spendthrift. Best to make your research gimmicky because you may be able send it to the goddamn Moon on one of our upcoming missions.

    Comment by axicon — December 28, 2007 #

  2. Right

    Comment by Muhammad Hasnain Riaz — December 27, 2012 #

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