Glad we found the coffee graphic again. Knew we’d need it.
Speaking of research fraud …. In “Well This is Darn Annoying” (Powerline, January 12, 2012), Steven Hayward reports,
I’ve long been a believer, on intuitive, metaphysical, and Platonic grounds, in the theory that red wine is good for your health (says the PL blogger current quaffing a westside Paso Sangiovese right now out here on the Left Coast), but today comes the disconcerting news that one of the leading researchers behind the “resveratrol hypothesis” has been massively fabricating his data for years:
A University of Connecticut researcher who studied the link between aging and a substance found in red wine has committed more than 100 acts of data fabrication and falsification, the university said Wednesday, throwing much of his work into doubt.
What the hell? Who does this guy think he is—a climate scientist??
Surely this is a much more serious crime than the climate stuff, non? La guillotine, no less!!
And when they get round to coffee … Islamic justice!!