Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for March 05, 2006
Boy: Fudge! That can't be right! Time for a new calculator! Drat! These pesky scientific facts won't line up behind my beliefs! Man: Then challenge them, Stewie! Boy: Holy flat-earther! It's White House situational science adviser, Dr. Nathan Null! Man: That's right, Stewie, and I'm here to remind you... situational science is about respecting both sides of a scientific argument, not just the one supported by facts! That's why I always teach the controversy! Like the evolution controversy, or the global warming controversy... not to mention the tobacco controversy, the mercury controversy, the pesticides controversy, the coal slurry controversy, the dioxin controversy, the Everglades controversy, and the acid rain controversy. Boy: You're right, situational scienceman - I'll never trust science again! It's just too controversial! Man: Stewie gets it now, folks! Do you?