A very funny article from the Chronicle of Higher Education that may explain why Humanities professors are so critical of Scientists; they have much better digs than we do. In most universities, the business, law, and science buildings are state-of-the-art, while the humanities buildings... well, let's just say that they look like a bomb shelter after a bombing. Oh, well.
But, you can understand why so many underpaid, overworked, unappreciated humanities profs feel the need to snipe the sciences? Especially in light of the fact that they hear 100 times a week, "So, you're writing a book about John Donne? Have you ever considered using your high intellegence for something... useful?"
No, me neither.