The “field of public health” is complicit in the worst episode of scientific malfeasance in the 21st century.
Listen in as Dr. Jay Richards discusses the issue of consensus in science, and when to doubt such a consensus.
The firm belief in extraterrestrial life — a belief nearly universal in the scientific community — is an act of faith.
When someone tells you to believe something simply because it’s “the scientific consensus,” reserve judgment. Consensus, says Egnor, is “a political concept, not a scientific one.”
Think of it: Wealthy parents are bribing their kids’ way into universities where the ultimate mystery of existence doesn’t even get a hearing.