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July 23, 2004

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M C

I wonder what effect would the political leanings of MM researchers have. Some scientists relocated to the West in WWII because of their leanings, possibly affecting that particular arms race outcome (e.g. Einstein in 1933).

What about the world in 5-10 years? I see no rallying point this time. But maybe we can find a libertarian leaning or other common ground to encourage "grass roots" cooperation (in the scientific community).

Science is morally/politically neutral. Scientists don't have to be. I think they have been historically neutral. I wonder how it will play out this time.

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