Right away, everyone wants to know what’s to be cut. Whatever you all settle on cutting, it should not be science. Investment in science is investment in innovation. New ideas are what keep the U.S. economy driving forward.
Bill Nye on Fiscal Cliffhanging, on the Huffington Post.
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