Posted 1/13/2021 10:32 (#8747725 - in reply to #8747694) Subject: RE: believing in science vs believing in what is true
I totally believe in changing science. I didn't say I have a problem with changes in science. I just like to get my information from people that actually do scientific work. When one of you guys on this board builds a space probe and sends it to pluto and sends me pictures of pluto that I can view on a computer in my household from 4 billion miles away I might listen to what any of you have to say about science. Linking youtube videos about health cures and problems and political conspiracies doesn't make somebody a scientist or virus specialist. If I want to know about top fuel funny cars I'll ask John Force or Austin Coil. Not you linking Youtube videos about funny cars. The good thing about science is that it's always evolving and changing. The bad thing about not believing in science is that people are stuck in beliefs from 2000 years ago.