7th graders discover scientists are just like everybody else

Even kids in jr high can figure out that we've been spoon-fed some misconceptions of how scientists look and act. I wonder where they get these ideas from. Certainly not the media. They would never create caricatures of real people.

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Good stuff, Evil! Is there something similar for IT professionals? We might have it even worse than scientists.

By Who's Yer Daddy? (not verified) on 14 Jul 2010 #permalink

Even kids in jr high can figure out that we've been spoon-fed some misconceptions of how scientists look and act. I wonder where they get these ideas from. Certainly not the media. They would never create caricatures of real people