Today’s science confuses everyone

Differences of opinion cause head-scratching moments

I was bemused by the two letters “Cherry-picking information” and “Fletcher calls it like it is” in last Wednesday’s letters section.

One commends Tom Fletcher for his objective, scientific approach (I agree) and the next criticizes him for ignoring scientific data about global warming (I agree).

Now I can begin to understand the confusion that exists between the evolutionists and the creationists. We used to know what was right and what was wrong, but now science confuses everybody, disrupting our social relationships.

Surely it is obvious, then, that since science is fundamentally opposed to good social cohesion, it should be banned.

Andy Mulcahy