Scientists vs Commoners
Scientific American has a piece on the differing opinions between scientists and the rest of us on various issues (some political, some not).
The biggest gap that I am on the commoner side of things is world population (23 points). After that, it’s offshore drilling (20 points), vaccination requirements (18 points), and fracking (8 points). All of these are subject to nuance, however. It’s possible that on the world population question it could be hashed out over a beer into more agreement than a boolean answer allows for.
So where do y’all fall on the side of the commoner and against those pencilnecks in lab coats?
Update: Take note that the pencilnecks are the white dots, and the commoners wear navy.