We are a rule driven society. Every aspect of our lives seems to be governed by written and unwritten rules. As a scientist, I'm supposed to question rules and laws.
What do we really know is true and how do we know it? What if it really was otherwise and we just didn't yet have the data or method to prove it?
Scientists should be trained to think everything they know or believe is potentially wrong. In searching for the truth, you have to rigorously evaluate and discard all other options. This is why you always hear about new scientific data supporting
a hypothesis, suggesting
a new truth, or occasionally, refuting
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