If ULA's Russian engine situation is any indication it looks like both those shops are mighty effed up.
The folks who are supposed to do "oversight" are too busy covering their asses and protecting the jobs back home lest they don't get re-elected instead of actually doing what's right.
Actively tracking down malfeasance in drug research.
More tax dollars at work...
Actively redacting and hiding that malfeasance.
Yet more dollars at work...
Congressional investigations into the matter.
The other major thread I'll speak about as time allows. Although many of Larry's columns in SD Times over the last year seem to be hinting at the same thing as well. Time will tell if he comes out of the clojet.
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