I laughed through my Fruity Pebbles this morning at Most Science Studies Appear to Be Tainted By Sloppy Analysis from today's Wall Street Journal.
The article's core premise -- most published research findings are wrong -- seems too extreme to me. However, the following sentence caught my eye:
"In a wilderness of knowledge, it can be difficult to distinguish error from fraud, sloppiness from deception, eagerness from greed or, increasingly, scientific conviction from partisan passion."
A fitting capstone to my controversial postings on pharmacy reimbursement from Tuesday and Wednesday.