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The academic world can often seem quite convoluted. Anti-intellectual groups take issue with the specificity of some scientific research as a waste of money and resources. And yet Becca Cudmore reveals in this essay brings light to a topic that many find unimportant, and not worth the time.
Using the Classical Rhetoric Resource identify the Ethos, Pathos and Logos for this article and write it into your response. Then, answer the question: are there any stupid scientific questions? Is there an aspect of scientific research that goes beyond the scope of useful information and discovery?
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