Ironically (given recent events here at TSZ), we find out that Krauss is a dishonest quote-miner.
The debate would have been a better one without Krauss, who generally behaved like a boor, and who engaged in deliberate dishonesty (see below).
From this statement, Krauss draws the totally unwarranted inference that the Center for Science and Culture thinks that “science is bad,” despite the fact that the previous sentence (which he omitted to quote) refutes that notion. This is a clear-cut case of quote-mining on Krauss’s part.
Torley’s comments are worth reading.
Thoughts on Krauss’ performance?