Friday, July 25, 2008

Misguided arguments

I think the error in Matt DeGennaro's logic is that more well-known research facilities, such as the Center for Disease Control, have not deterred any growth in places like Atlanta. Again, I'm not comparing the functions, safety measures or tasks done/to be done between the two, but merely noting that the CDC is a well-known entity and the proposed National Bio- and Agro- Defense Facility probably won't be.

As a result, I strongly doubt that it will deter any meaningful population growth in the region.


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