Or, you know, not.
The phrase "I'm not convinced you're correct there, old chap" is not an "eight word brutal take-down".
So, hypothetical here, if I gathered info 10 years ago, with a whatchamageezle, but just recently gathered similar data with a new hoozamawhatzit, and use both devices to gather data now, to calibrate the exact differences between the two, then it would be fair, by most scientific standards, regardless of the field, to say that all former whatchamageezle reading are off by whatever degree we determined, and use a computer to model what hoozamawhatzits might have gathered instead.
Of course, scientists don't take everything as gospel. They look at such info as the best guess we have right now, and figure that at some point in the future we'll probably revise again, because progress, and all that.
I'd be curious to see some source that suggests that's not what they were doing though.
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