Here's what we actually lose when scientists can't talk to the public
"Grand prismatic mineral deposit at Yellowstone National Park" via ynp on Flickr, Creative Commons license

Facts aren't political Pexels Government science is useless if the public can't learn about it In the summer of 2015 a tropical storm slammed into the mountains of Myanmar and triggered one of the largest landslides not caused by an earthquake in a decade. We know this because of pictures—stunning in their devastation—taken with a satellite…