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Today it seems that criticizing the attitude and the validity of the research of those who push a panic button every day is “unethical”, thus the “ethical” behaviour seems to be that of corroborating fear and apprehension about all and every enjoyment of life. But is that a moral or a scientific position? These articles explore the vanishing boundary between scientific rigor and social activism, where the former is expected to adapt and become a servant of the latter.


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