Mike Huckabee In the movie “Sleeper,” Woody Allen wakes up 200 years in the future, where he learns that doctors have discovered the healthiest food you can eat is hot fudge. Sometimes, I know like him when I check out the medical news and see how much of what we took for granted to be true turns out not to be. Today’s example: everyone assumed that if heart attack victims could just get treatment faster, more would survive. So hospitals and emergency workers launched a major campaign to reduce the time between a heart attack and treatment. And it worked: A new study finds that between 2005 and 2009, the wait time for heart attack treatment fell by 20 percent. But about 5 percent of patients still died in the hospital. The same percentage who died four years earlier. It was one of the most successful projects in modern medicine – aside from the fact that it had no effect on saving lives. But it did provide more proof that anyone who says “the science is settled” has no idea how science works.