I’m excited about any process that lessens the contributions of Fritz Haber to modern, civilized society.
And yet, if something more efficient can replace the Haber-Bosch process, it would lower the energy input of the production of one of the world’s most important chemicals and lead to a notable reduction in global CO2 emissions.
When 139 researchers, including some whom you cite in your work, tell you you’ve come to the wrong conclusion, claiming the people you cite aren’t serious scientists probably isn’t the best defense.
Wade charged that his critics were “indoctrinated in the social-science creed that prohibits any role for evolution in human affairs” and contended that the book’s central argument “has not been challenged by any serious scientist.”
Well, that’s a whole bunch of context I didn’t previously have. So, if you can’t beat ’em, try to use their system against ’em. If you can’t do that, threaten ’em. And if that don’t work, literally beat ’em. And if that ain’t enough, just kill ’em. There’s way too much going on to try to get a meaningful single quote to represent it, but it’s a good read anyway.