A New Essay by Ernest Partridge
For what reason Should We Trust the Scientists?
Sweep the racks of a bookshop or an open library and you will see that the vast majority of the books are about the transient worries of today… They underestimate so much, entirely overlooking how hard won was the logical information that gave us the agreeable and safe lives we appreciate. We are so unmindful of the certainties whereupon science and our logical culture are built up that we give rise to put on our bookshelves to the drivel of crystal gazing, creationism, and garbage science. At first, they were there to engage, or to enjoy our interest, and we didn't consider them important. . Presently they are time after time acknowledged as truth.
Science, 8 May, 2000
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