I watched a really interesting video from a guy named Michael Specter. He has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1998, and often writes about science, technology, and public health. In this video, he gives his opinion on the whole anti-science movement. He talks about things such as vaccines, genetically modified crops, pharmaceuticals, etc. He actually looks at it in a very unbiased way, and uses rational thinking skills which is often overlooked by people in this whole "science vs. nature" debate. The video is about 35 minutes long, but it's a good video to watch if you want to look at the anti-science debate with an open mind.