The next time you see a letter signed by lots of scientists, your default assumption should be that they are pushing a lie for political reasons, or for profit, or to cover their asses. Someday the scientific community might earn back our trust. That won't be this year.

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Same rule for generals.
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Who can we trust other than our immediate families and friends... really?
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Yes. We have departed from science and birthed “scientism”
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Will they be able to repair it within the 10 years we have left until it's to late to save the planet?
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for every 'expert' opinion, there is an equal and opposite 'expert' opinion. beware the gaggle, less is more.
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When you have to sign a letter trying to convince people, it should be obvious that it's an opinion at best and propaganda at worst.
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I have a few things to say about that: sponsored research, p-hacking, collusion rings, and the replication crisis. #BelieveScience
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