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There is something to be said for being able to think on your own. Who ever said something’s not true unless a whole bunch of people agree?
Take the case of man-made climate change (MMCC) for example. A smaller group of scientists (or Al Gore) came up with the concept and got a bunch of other scientists to agree. How many of those have actually looked at the data? Also see here and here.
The problem with peer-reviewed scientific research is that. Out-of-the-box ideas aren’t accepted if they don’t fit into the very small picture of what is accepted. However, when early scientists were coming up with their ideas, there were even fewer “peers,” at times none, and still their ideas turned out to be the bases for everything we believe today.
Supposedly, scientists who “accept” MMCC number in the very high percentages. These, and everyone else, should understand two things: 1) People, even scientists, and politicians, are human, and tend to follow; 2) there may be a smaller group who do not accept the theory, but then again, originally, the group that did not believe in a round earth were small too.
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