Why politicians think they know better than scientists – and why that's so dangerous http://bit.ly/2lHATlR
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- "and some Owen guy thinks a scientist is some group of idealogical carbon copies that all think and agree on the same social and political issues"
Well maybe not social and political, because those things aren't science, but as far as being a group that agrees on the same thing, yes that is the definition of science - something that can be reproduced by any anyone with the same results. So again, you're not being very convincing in your "I'm a scientist" argument when you don't really seem to understand what science is.
But anyway, that's a pretty strong comment you left there. A less sensitive person might have felt like just moving on and letting it go.
Smooches, snowflake!Feb 17, 2017
- TL;DR you admit defeat. Your previous failed attempt quantifying how and what "scientist" should think and say proved my point. You are an ideologue with a deluded sense of superior authorised qualification to qualify and define everyone else. They only point you "got me" on was that I don't post on G+ enough. Bravo. Petty victory yours.Feb 17, 2017
- And if you think that expressing an opinion that Islam is one of the most abhorrent and diabolical religions mankind has ever been exposed to on a massive scale (that many academics have no trouble quantifying themselves). Immediately gives you the arrogant authority to disqualify one from being a scientist further proves my point. A further justifies my anonymity. Insane ideologues such as yourself are gutter trash with too much time on their hands.Feb 17, 2017
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- Coming from you I wouldn't expect different. Thanks for noticing the pic.Feb 18, 2017
- my apologies through and through! Please tell me what your field of expertise is (as a scientist). Where did you go to school? What classes did you take? Please make me believe that you're really a scientist.Feb 18, 2017
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