As a layperson who doesn’t know what the raised numbers mean or how plants feed themselves, you only have the slightest concept of why science is tricky. Imagine the burden endured by tireless pursuers of truth who must figure out what experiment would match their conclusions. If you can’t match their rigorous standards, at least respect the pressures they face.
Knowledge’s heretics will note one is not supposed to have determined results beforehand. Lurching to science is not he typical motion associated with the method, as clumsy limbs lead to shattered test tubes. But practitioners who think Anthony Fauci cures with a gentle smile don’t wear goggles, anyway.
The difference between changing with evidence and getting it wrong every time. Altering a pronouncement because you screwed up last time is risibly framed as the ability to adjust. A novel spin doesn’t quite seem scientific.
Continuous mistakes are a sign of consistency. Every wrong answer means an incorrect one is eliminated. We’re one step closer to confirming knowledge. The Earth revolves around… Neptune? No?
Being reactionary to failure doesn’t quite display the visionary component common to those who explain natural phenomena. There sure are a lot of booster shots to queue up for again alarmingly soon. Electric cars have longer charges than this.
How many pricks will we need? The definition of “fully vaccinated” only seems like it’s changing when it’s really evolving, according to those who change the definition of absolute truth like it’s a page-a-day calendar. Sometimes, they only do so once over the weekend.
The CDC is as wise as any other federal agency. Science’s flaunters claim to obey facts. Also, absolute truth is whatever the Democrat proclaims. The difference between the party and a religion is the latter doesn’t promise praying to them gets you rich.
Please forget yesterday’s certain take. Changing is one way of admitting they were wrong again. Evolving means complying with the latest liberal hysteria. Doubling down on the first curious notion does not reflect the commitment to intellectual flexibility that practitioners allege.
Maintain your tolerance chart to avoid being slotted in the bigot column. Remember you can choose your gender, unlike which gender you find attractive. I feel bad for poor progressives a few decades ago who claimed homosexuality was a choice out of fear that being born that way would result in it being classified as a psychological disorder. The correct scientific answer is whatever gets you kicked off Twitter is wrong.
Professing allegiance to science is such a perfect reflection of comprehension in its way. Presuming everyone in opposition is against research in the same way they figure all those who don’t want government in charge of the economy loathe America itself. Anyone who conveniently never realizes it’s possible to help others voluntarily might not be quite as good at gathering data as they announce. Like acting, they figured it’d be so easy. Just say the words and pretend.
What is today’s conclusion? Pointing at a politician who’s shutting down commerce again while smirking ends the argument, according to logic’s most tireless defenders. If elected officials do as they please, those who never face voters must be extra accountable. Casual fascist Fauci changing his mind means he thought of an even better way to do research overnight. Anyone who actually heeds facts knows he was abhorrent way before he ended up on John Wick’s naughty list.
The only thing worse than trusting proclamations is doing so from dolts. Unlike my opinion of Fauci, he changes his takes like every time is a raffle entry. Don’t get caught behind him at the Taco Bell drive-thru. I wish he would be as mean to China as he is dogs. He’s nearly as rotten to Americans trying to live life.
Failure just means you should keep trying. Some lessons are misapplied rather forcefully by those determined to keep defying reality. Being wrong about every last thing is nothing new for those who think government makes the economy hum. If you believe punishing success allows Pete Buttigieg to dole out prosperity, you’re surely correct about how well masks work.
Dolts trusting each other don’t confirm statements. That’s not what peer review means. Biden was an awful law school student, but I’m certain he picked up epidemiology while learning how to beat the system.
A scientist who works for the government might not be able to find private-sector work, possibly because of devotion to ideology. But the cult worships harder the more questions emerge. It’s the same fetish adherents display for hoary Supreme Court justices who invent rights. Those who treat shrill senators who want to infringe on rights and incomes as honorary aunts aren’t about to doubt bureaucrats.
Quite amateur scientists boast of their flexibility to adjust projections again, which is the benefit of again failing to predict the future. Your scientific pals were wrong about distancing, muffled breathing, shutting down interactions, and how many shots you’d need. But that just means they have calibrated how to get things proper this time.
The only thing better than fixing what’s wrong is getting it right to begin with. Such an aspiration is irrelevant to those who screw it up and keep things screwed. Blowhards with clipboards demand to be mocked on account of acting like factual authorities. Meanwhile, they get every possible notion incorrect as consistently as gravity. Perhaps they’d be better suited to keep testing that theory. Drop more bricks onto the driveway to see if any fall up.