Not Quite the Salmon of Doubt | GenomeWeb

When there's an industry built up around doubting solid scientific results, the blogger at Adaptive Complexity wonders how people, even scientists looking outside their scope of expertise, can know the difference between a real and settled scientific debate, particularly when it is a complicated subject.

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