Bailey gets a free pass on the precautionary principle--because he wrote a book attacking it.
Nigel West Dickens no more attacked successfully this principle than his namesake asserted accurately his product's scientific benefits in Red Dead Redemption. That he needed an entire book to "attack" something so simple reflects his lack of scientific chops and a perversion by the enticements of profit and comfort and ease and luxury. QEFTSG again, eh Nige?
Again the parallels: progressive Marxist-lite Corey Robin needs a whole book to misunderstand what he's called "reactionary thinking", and likewise Nigel West Dickens of the Silent T, Ron Bailey, needs an entire tome to misunderstand the precautionary principle. Those who know no humility have no need for precaution. Science and technology will fix any mistakes we might make presently or might have made previously. It's just physics!
|Precautions? I assure you we use the most scientific of methods!|