Cutting science funding today costs us more overall
Ethan Siegel

I wonder what great knowledge was harvested from watching a shrimp on a treadmill. Was the $1 million spent on the study that determined if cheerleaders are more attractive in a squad worth the money?
Did it really cost us $172,000 to find out why coffee spills when we’re walking?
I wonder if they can do a gubberment study on why I don’t like to get dry-fucked up the ass without a kiss? It shouldn’t cost more than $90,000 tops.

It don’t take a rocket surgeon to know that the National Science Foundation has been screwing the American taxpayer.

Do the folks looking for the God Particle peer review the cheerleader stuff?

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