- Jun 19, 2016
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Science isn't done by consensus. It only takes one scientist to begin the process of toppling mistaken dogma. Furthermore, there is far more than one doctor who is questioning the mainstream narrative regarding Covid. Take the Great Barrington Declaration, for example. If you haven't heard of it, it's understandable. Google has been censoring it, after all.
Science is accepted by consensus and peer review. You can find acceptance with objective individuals when your viewpoint has so things.
Has so things?
In any case, I'd like to share something that I read in a book concerning something Karl Popper once said. For background, Wikipedia describes Karl Popper as "one of the 20th century's most influential philosophers of science". Here's my share:
**...In order to avoid this mistake and spot real science from pseudoscience, famous science philosopher Karl Popper proposed that real science should be based on the principle of “falsifiability”38 — always looking for evidence which might show that your theory is wrong.39
Let me give you an example. Let’s say you take the hypothesis “All swans are white.”
To prove this statement, most people would be tempted to start counting white swans. But as Magda Havas, PhD explains, “no number of white swans can prove the theory that all swans are white. The sighting of just one black swan disproves it.”
Pineault, Nicolas. The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs: How to Fix Our Stupid Use of Technology (p. 24). Kindle Edition.