January 2, 2007
A couple of recent articles in The New York Times are worth reading for those interested in science policy.
In today's Times, Dennis Overbye discusses the illusion of "free will." See Full Article Here. It is a terrific overview of the subject, and is very cleverly written.
And in this past Sunday's Times, Simon Cole wrote on the illusion of "the science of partial latent fingerprint identification." See Full Article Here. Simon offers a wonderfully erudite discussion of the art of fingerprint identification.
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