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Deep Beneath the Waves illustrating the issue of ideology in economics - we see Heads swayed by the Waves, also influenced by the Moon, not forgetting the Clustering Effect - most stick together, the unclustered ones tend to sink slowly.
nevertheless, some just quietly hang in there, jellyfish style, while emanating some glow - clearly, those are the more scientific types.

"(Economists) consider themselves the most rigorous of social scientists. Yet whereas their peers in the natural sciences can edit genes and spot new planets, economists cannot reliably predict, let alone prevent, recessions or other economic events" - observes Ryan Avent. (23)
for: The Economist Newspaper, London