Science: Don’t Tell Me WHAT, Tell Me HOW

Science: Don’t Tell Me WHAT, Tell Me HOW

Don’t tell us about what any scientist says. Keep that part of the conversation for those who fail to think; we rather know the process in which the research was conducted. Let us see for ourselves if it is in fact credible.

The means is always more important than the profess results. Anyone can claim anything at any given time. If I were a scientist making a claim about something, this doesn’t automatically mean that I have conducted my research correctly? All scientific research is subjected to the depth of the scientist’s understanding. Meaning, there is always a possibility for flaws.

Regardless of what many of us would like to think, western science is very subjective. If it was all objective, as they would like everyone to believe, all right and exact, then how do they account for the many years of contradictions? What about those upgraded data that are inconsistent with their previous scientific conclusions? That which is objective is never subjected to change, and if it changes, then that is your proof that it wasn’t truthful, initially.

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