Letter: Washington’s Hirst case and false science

The U.S. Supreme Court has warned judges about false science.

Published on January 24, 2018 5:25PM


The Hirst court fish ruling reminded me of the court ruling on the darter fish to stop a dam.

It turned out to be false science and gullible lawyer judges.

After the dam was stopped it was discovered there were all kinds of darter fish all over the place.

That’s called false science.

The same goes for wells affecting fish being false science — and very gullible lawyer judges.

The U.S. Supreme Court has warned judges about false science, but some of them just don’t get it.

William J. Purcell

Lebanon, Ore.



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