a blog by
Ruth McClung
December 4, 2009

Scientists come across inconvenient truths quite often. In other words, as we do research we realize that what we thought or hoped was right, isn't. Our job as scientists is to search for the truth, and disclose the truth about our research findings to the public and not hide it because of our ideology or greed or both. It's obvious with "Climategate" that some scientists just wanted to push their agenda, and they attempted to cover up the truth by fudging data and by suppressing contrary opinion. The results became pseudo-science that is worthless or even harmful for mankind, instead of real science that can enlighten. Make it a habit to question research findings and evaluate data and discoveries (from any source).

Send a scientist to Washington and I will make sure policy is done through real science, not pseudo-science.


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