PopSci Kills Comments, Blames Global Warming, EvolutionDailyTech
Sep. 30, 2013
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This remarkable act of reader censorship is backed by a number of questionable assertions -- most notably the notion that reader comments undermine the preaching of a "scientific doctrine" and that "comments are bad for science."