(Natural News) One of the most (formerly) prestigious scientific journals in the world, Nature, has gone completely off the deep end with the publishing of an editorial that calls for more "diversity" in the sciences, because white people are bad.
The paper basically claims that science could be a whole lot better if there were more transgenders, more women, more homosexual, and more "people of color" – in other words, a whole lot less white people. With primarily white-looking people at the scientific helm, science is only able to look at a "narrow slice of humanity," the paper insists.
"Widening the focus is essential if publicly funded research is to protect and preserve its mandate to work to improve society," it states.
"For example, a high proportion of the research that comes out of the Western world uses tissue and blood from white individuals to screen drugs and therapies for a diverse population. Yet it is well known that people from different ethnic groups can have different susceptibility to some diseases."
But wait, can't existing scientists simply evaluate a greater diversity of tissue samples themselves in order to perform a wider cross-section of scientific research? Of course they can. But Nature also wants to see the ethnic and gender identities of scientists themselves change because, again, white people are bad.
"This argument is somewhat like stating that we ought to be using more dogs rather than lab rats to test various drugs, and therefore we need more puppy scientists," points out Ben Shapiro from The Daily Wire about the illogical leap that Nature makes in suggesting that the demographic makeup of scientists needs to change in order for science to become "better."