But “MythBusters” captures the underlying mind-set of science. At a time when “skepticism” too often means rejecting any ideas one finds politically unpalatable, “MythBusters” provides a compelling example of real scientific skepticism, the notion that nothing can be held true until it is confirmed by experimentation.Of course, the New York Times won't recommend Climate Scientists lose the models and trust the (unadjusted) data. Of course, testing falsifiable assumptions might lead to Unapproved conclusions.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
What Climate Science can learn from Mythbusters