The New York auction house Bonhams hoped to set a world record Tuesday for the sale of a fossil—a controversial specimen containing two dinosaurs. But despite a public bidding war, the final offer of $5.5 million failed to meet the seller’s minimum price, which was somewhere between $5.5 and $7 million. So Bonhams pulled its prize specimen from the auction block. (1)
Is it me or are we constantly reading more and more articles related to money or dollars in science-related sites?
How blind must we be so as not to see there is something wrong with the whole picture? The quest for the truth has been replaced with the quest for money. Logical.
When a special field becomes possession of the many, it transforms itself to a spectacle.
It’s time to close the curtains and give refunds. Fuck the dinosaurs.