Monthly Archives: September 2010

And in stark contrast

Just as real scientists tend to caution (see previous post), the enemies of science are always absolutely certain they are right. Take the global warming deniers. They don’t know whether the world is warming up, and if it is they … Continue reading

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Scientific Caution

One of the most notable aspects of scientists is their caution. Obviously this is not true of all scientists, but it is a common trait. They’re trained to be sceptical, including of their own results. Consequently, there is a tendency … Continue reading

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Ha ha

Okay. It seems wordpress will upload jpgs, but not pdfs (even though it claims to). At least for me. Back on track.

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