Einstein, and "Scientific American" editor.
Aug 28, 2004 Dov to email@example.com
Subject: Antitscientific Scientific Journal Editors
From Scientific American Sept 2004, SA Perspectives :
"Were Einstein alive today, he would undoubtedly still find causes for outrage" about Jews not living peaceably with Arabs and about USA foray into Iraq".
This statement by The Editors of SA is a glaring example of antiscientism:
(1) It is based on were/if,
(2) plus an injection of the Editors' (royal S?) attitudes into Einstein's personality,
(3) plus obvious ignorance of the nature of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict,
(4) plus a more than just ignorant referral to Jews in lieu of Israelis.
However, this is also a complementary demonstration of The Editors' excellent editorial expertise, of how to cram/package so many booboos in such a small paragraph.