So, how much does a consensus in science matter when it comes to believing something that goes against it.
a) For other scientists (in fields relevant to the issue)?
b) For non-scientists?
My answers right now:
a) Not important if the scientists know what they're talking about and publish their work so that they can be criticized by their peers. Contesting the consensus is a basic principle of…
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