Somehow I don't think this article is aimed at the kleinbl00s of this world (all one of him).
No, the article is intended to make you equate the mysteries of economics with mutherfucking medicine. Check it out (again):
Why is it that we are comfortable letting experts tell us what is best when it comes to medicine but when economists are telling us something, we largely ignore it and assume that we know better?
Because medicine is an evidence-based scientific study of cause and effect while economics is a loosey-goosey empirical curve fit that gyrates through 360 degrees of thought every 50 years, that's why.