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Weathering Fights - Science - What's It Up To?

by John P. Reisman last modified Aug 23, 2012 08:13 PM
(editors note included) Science claims it's working to cure disease, save the planet and solve the greatest human mysteries, but Aasif Mandvi finds out what its really up to. Noelle Nikpour vs. science, reason and logic (aka ratiocination) and mathematics.

Editors Note: Noelle Nikpour eviscerates logic and common sense in this truly fantastic interview. To call her perspective anything less than a stupendous misinterpretation of what can be considered reasonable undermines the very definition of stupendous.

The impression we are left with is that the folks at Fox News value physical beauty over reason and logic in a hands down fight against wisdom at any or all levels of fathomable sensibility.

About the lead image: As reported on March 17th, 2008 by the Method Creative Group of Little Rock announced that it had been hired by "international political consultant and strategist" Noelle Nikpour of Little Rock to develop a Web site and "to manage publicity and marketing strategy for her forthcoming media brand."

"Nikpour's experience," Method noted, "has helped elect a President, four Governors and countless U. S. Senators and Congressmen." Online domain registries indicate that was finally created on Feb. 18, but to say it has launched is generous. Last week all that was available at that URL was a home page and this message: "Website Coming Soon."

Still, it didn't look like any political consulting site your Whispers staff had ever seen. Maybe it was her windblown hair or the bandeau top. Or maybe it was the hand yanking down the front of her very short Adidas shorts. Something about Nikpour's image just didn't scream policy wonk. Within hours after we called to ask Method Creative Group about the tantalizing site, it disappeared from the Web. By Friday it had been replaced with something much tamer. Good thing we thought to save a copy of the original, now available at

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