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    Fw: [fuelcell-energy] ... Bush NASA appointee quits Non-survival of the fittest By Nick Farrell: woensdag 08 februari 2006, 08:03 THE BLOKE who tried to censor
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      Bush NASA appointee quits

      Non-survival of the fittest


      By Nick Farrell: woensdag 08 februari 2006, 08:03

      THE BLOKE who tried to censor NASA's web page so that it supported
      the Intelligent Design creed that the Big Bang was only a theory, has
      quit his job and cleaned his desk out.
      George Deutsch, who was appointed to the job of NASA spinner after
      working so hard on the Bush re-election campaign, got himself into a
      bit of hot water after telling a top climate scientist that he
      couldn't speak to the press. The Boffin wanted to spill the beans on
      the fact that the world was getting a bit warmer.

      Bush's current policy is that climate change is not happening and
      since he talks to God, he knows best. Deutsch told NASA his job was
      to make the president look good.

      However there seem to be other reasons why Deutsch might have quit.
      He seems to have left on the same day that hacks managed to find out
      that he didn't graduate as a journalism student at the Texas A&M
      University as it actually said on his CV.

      Officials at Texas A&M told the Times that that Deutsch did attend
      Texas A&M University but has not completed the requirements for a
      degree. Deutsch was 'outed' by bogger Nick Anthis, who graduated from
      Texas A&M last year with a biochemistry degree.

      Anthis was all set to pen a rant about how the government was
      interfering too much with science when someone tipped him off that
      Deutsch didn't graduate.

      Dr Andy Michaud who is a Democratic candidate for the US House of
      Representatives for Florida told the INQ it was wrong that
      politicians were forcing political agendas upon scientists and
      technical experts. The local Republican Tom Feeney has even had a pop
      or two at NASA's artists, he said.

      Michaud says he agrees with Republican Teddy Roosevelt that the Civil
      Service should not be used to promote favouritism based on political
      beliefs. He said that a lot of NASA staff were good Democrats and
      were feeling scared about the current wave of interference into their
      work.

      http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=29552

      http://tinyurl.com/aawkv

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