Well well, here’s a surprising correlation.
The science is pretty much settled on this one.
These “alternative facts” go against 150 years of research.
In times of political turmoil, academics are often the first to react.
Lame, lame, lame.
The two aren’t interchangeable.
It’s a reveal which unfortunately surprises no one.
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