In Science We Trust!

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5 Responses to In Science We Trust!

  1. Jd says:

    Love your blog, but Before you get carried away with believing everything you read on global warming (I have no idea which side is correct, I’m just sceptical of full court presses by vested interests) .. 1 week before summer in Australia and it’s snowing.. https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/wild-and-woolly-snow-falls-in-victoria-a-week-out-from-summer-20181122-p50hoh.html?fbclid=IwAR3hAYfVJnblADcuAi9qrxFtFwAstZQmxZEdShlCxLf1EQcol-S-p2sPMgA

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for reading and commenting, Jd.. I hear you.

      I do trust the scientists, however. Remember, science, like civil law in the U.S. is based on the “preponderance of evidence” and not “beyond reasonable doubt”, as criminal law demands to convict. You know that we will never be certain about everything is is about probability risk adjusted reward and expected value.

      Have a look at this:

      https://macromon.wordpress.com/2018/08/26/climate-change-check-the-data/

      Have a great holiday, my brother/sister!

  2. G Patton says:

    Non made up science is sun spot minimum solar cycle and Maunder Minimum…

    something real to be concerned with.

    Check out temps in 1600’s

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think the NASA scientists are “real” scientists, whereas the climate “scientists” are not. Why did they go from calling it global warming to climate change?

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