Thursday, March 10, 2005


Myers on Townes

Paul Myers, a pissant biologist (redundant, I know) from a podunk university, writes of Nobel Laureate physicist Charles Townes

"Pious frauds are a dime a dozen, but pious frauds who have won a Nobel prize? They're worth a million and a half dollars."

The unmitigated temerity of Myers is appalling. Myers, a contemptible worm of a man who lives (and who will die) in obscurity and whose research and a dime would not get me a gumball from a gumball machine dares question the integrity of a great scientist who has contributed to the world in a substantive way (something of which Myers is incapable). Such is the mark of small men with small minds.


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