Peggy Noonan: Oh, it’s like one of the scientists, one of the Nobel Prize winners on a panel today said — I think it was Edward Teller — said, “It is my job to search for the truth.” I always think that’s what writers think. They always think that if they get the really perfect word, that really perfectly conveys what the breakfast roll looked like, that they’ve captured a truth about reality at that moment. So I think it’s the same. It’s actually that old cliché, the search for truth, that impels scientists, doctors, philosophers, and even writers.