Why trust science? It's way too controversial!

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Check out this clever Doonesbury cartoon that appeared in newspapers across North America on March 5, 2006.

Why feel constrained by those pesky facts? Just apply the principles of “situational science” – respect both sides of a scientific argument, not just the one supported by facts, and voilà, your argument just got a whole lot easier!

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