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Published: Thursday, March 13 2014 10:31 a.m. MDT

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LDS Aerospace Engineer
Farmington, UT

RedShirt
USS Enterprise, UT
To "Stalwart Sentinel" if you look at engineers, and if you define scientists as the hard sciences. You know, physics, Chemistry, and things like that, the majority are conservative. Did you bother to look to see what scientists are democrats? It is the soft sciences, you know, the ones that don't need logic and actualy hard data.

Yes education is dominated by liberals, except for the hard sciences, which are dominated by....Conservatives. Why is it that liberals are not even 50% of the hard sciences? Could it be that they can't handle the logic?

7:49 a.m. March 17, 2014

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I'm curous RedShrit.
Are you and Engineer?
Have you EVER worked in the Engineering field.

I have, for over 32 years.

From my own experience, first hand account, and personal witnoess [not some Google searched website from a agricultural alphalfa harvester in Enterprise Utah]
you can tell you that you are just flat out wrong.

Most of us are Liberal.

Hank Pym
SLC, UT

re: LDS Aerospace Engineer & RedShirt

I can see Engineers being conservative as its a bit more cut & dried.

The more conceptual/theoretical fields(Physics, Chemistry, Social Sciences, & Humanities) are more than likely liberal.

The one field where conservatives probably dominate is business

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