- NSF invested almost $200,000 in a study to find out how people respond to failure.
- Would the $2 million the NIH spent on studying snot on kids meals have been better used if it had been returned to taxpayers?
- Would the almost $100 million spent by the DOD and DEA to purchase and modify an airplane that may never fly have been better spent to treat the millions of drug addicted Americans every year of which tens of thousands die from their addictions?
- Would the $495,000 spent to support a temporary exhibit to share the best of medieval smells have been better spent to house the hundreds of thousands of Americans that are homeless at any one time in this country?
- Would the almost $500k the NSF spent to find the connection between religion, politics, and cemeteries in 12th-century Iceland have been better spent to increase research for cures for such important diseases as cancer and dementia-type diseases, diseases that place massive cost burdens on the country and its citizens?
- Would the almost $200,000 the NSF spent to study 500-year-old fish bones in a Tanzanian city to determine the connection between food and social status have been better spent for job training for the millions of Americans that are in need of updated skills in the rapidly evolving economy of today?
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