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->''Science... Has failed... Our world! Science... has failed our Mother Earth!''
-->-- '''SystemOfADown''', ''Science''

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->There is a huge boom in autism right now because inattentive mothers and competitive dads want an explanation for why their dumb-ass kids can't compete academically, so they throw money into the happy laps of shrinks... to get back diagnoses that help explain away the deficiencies of their junior morons. I don't give a shit what these crackerjack whack jobs tell you — your kid is not autistic. He's just stupid. Or lazy. Or both.
-->--'''Creator/DenisLeary''', ''Why We Suck''

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->Science hurts!
-->-- '''Science Vessel''', Attacking, ''VideoGame/StarcraftII''

->Will we next create false gods to rule over us? How proud we have become, and how blind.
-->-- ''Sister Miriam Godwinson, "We Must Dissent"'' ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''

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->Caught... in the wheels of progress.
-->--'''Creator/ColemanFrancis''', in the FauxlosophicNarration to ''Film/TheBeastOfYuccaFlats''

->He tampered in God's domain.
-->-- '''''Bride of the Monster'''''

->Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they '''could''', they didn't stop to think if they '''should'''.
-->-- '''Dr. Ian Malcolm''', ''Film/JurassicPark''

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->''WHAT HAS SCIENCE DOOOOOONE?!''
-->-- '''Dr. Weird''', after unleashing a giant robot rabbit, ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce''

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->Me go too far!''' ... '''Me am play gods!
-->--''[[Webcomic/DresdenCodak Caveman Science Fiction]]''

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->You're listening to [[VideoGame/HalfLife Black Mesa]] radio: We play the hits while ''you'' play God.
-->--A GagDub of the VideoGame/HalfLife intro by [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee]]

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->10. '''Luddite Rule (or, Creator/GeorgeLucas Rule)'''\\
Speaking of which, technology is inherently evil and is the exclusive province of the Bad Guys. They're the ones with the robots, factories, cyberpunk megalopolises and floating battle stations, while the Good Guys live in small villages in peaceful harmony with nature. [[MoralMyopia (Although somehow your guns and/or heavily armed airships are exempted from this.)]]
-->--TheGrandlistOfConsoleRolePlayingGameCliches

->If I can't pronounce it, it must cause cancer.
-->--'''''Wiki/RationalWiki''''' on [=FoodBabe=]

->“Real knowledge” is inerrant and occurs once so that they can learn it as children [[IRejectYourReality and never have to think again.]] Anything else can be dismissed. Which makes their figuring out enough about the internet to vomit their refuse on to it absolutely fascinating to study in its dissonance.
-->--'''[[http://www.sadlyno.com/archives/40195 Cerberus]]'''

->Rather than our society heeding the wise counsel of scientific and technical experts, we now deride, distrust and defund them because they are perceived as [[SlobsVersusSnobs threatening, know-it-all elites]] who offer opinions little better than that of the often misinformed common man.
-->--'''[[http://www.mintpressnews.com/the-ebola-crisis-and-what-we-might-learn-from-idiocracy/195105/ Jeffrey Cavanaugh]]'''

->Although physicians have been trying to base their craft on science for hundreds of years, it’s really only been in the last century or so that they’ve succeeded. Yet still some would like to go back to the way it was. They [[NostalgiaFilter yearn for the days]] when doctors were “healers” and shamans, the way medicine was for hundreds and hundreds of years before science intruded.\\\
Unfortunately, one of those physicians happens to be "America’s doctor".
-->--'''[[http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/2013/01/29/the-great-and-powerful-dr-oz-dissected-in-the-new-yorker/ Orac]]''', "The Great and Powerful [[Series/TheDoctorOzShow (Dr.) Oz]]"

->The child who dies in agony because his parents believe dialysis is 'against God's will' is no less dead than a child burned at the altar of Molech. In fact, his death was infinitely more cruel and unnecessary (and often even more agonizing), since children were usually only sacrificed in pagan times during periods of grave social crisis, such as droughts or plagues. The ancients didn't know any better--people today have no excuse.
-->--'''[[http://secretsunjr.blogspot.com/2012/11/the-real-satanists-and-golden-age-of.html Christopher Loring Knowles]]'''

->Yes, that’s how you make a career in science. Stick to uniformity; don’t disagree. The reward is that you can later [[TheWarOnStraw cruise past the poor struggling denialists at your local denialist think tank in your new Mercedes.]]
-->--'''''[[http://americanloons.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/1274-katie-wright.html The Encyclopedia of American Loons]]''''' on climate change skeptic John Ray

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->Ignorance is bliss. Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Personally, I think bliss is overrated.
-->-- ''Collection of aesops''

->Unbelievers in religion who think science can save the world are possessed by a fantasy that’s far more childish than any myth.
-->--'''John Gray''', philosopher

->Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Study hard. Be evil.
-->-- '''Creator/MarkTwain'''

->Love of God and compassion and empathy leads you to a very glorious place, and science leads you to killing people.
-->-- '''Ben Stein'''

->Whenever you hear the consensus of scientists agrees on something or other, reach for your wallet, because [[ConspiracyTheorist you're being had.]]
-->--'''Creator/MichaelCrichton'''

->It's scientifically impossible for the bumblebee to fly; but the bumblebee, being unaware of these scientific facts, flies anyways.
-->--'''Mike Huckabee''', 2008 U.S. Presidential nominee

->Why pay attention to these scientists And we're really regressing back to the medieval period. It's not a joke. If that's happening in the most powerful, richest country in the world, then this catastrophe isn't going to be averted. And everything else we're talking about won't matter in a generation or so.
-->--'''Noam Chomsky'''

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