If you focused only on the data to show manipulation of public opinion, then it might have been…
Shachar Haad

I’d like to honour the author of this comment for so elegantly demonstrating why it’s important that students in STEM fields take classes in the social sciences…in the absence of exposure to basic analytical tools from other fields, even (probably) intelligent people can fall victim to the most elementary arguments.

There’s really no point engaging this fellow, but I’d point others reading this to the policy justification for common carrier status across a host of industries (viz that there’s a balance between leaving an industry unregulated so it can grow and change, and protecting industries built on the first, which without freely contractable, reasonably priced, and non-discriminatory access may never be able to grown and change).

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