Re: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False

From: Pim van Meurs <pimvanmeurs@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon Sep 05 2005 - 22:40:02 EDT

janice matchett wrote:

> At 04:33 PM 9/4/2005, Pim van Meurs wrote:
>
>> It pays off to read the paper in question as it presents a much
>> better understanding as to why this is the case.
>>
>> The paper itself states " However, this should not be surprising. It
>> can be proven that most claimed research findings are false."
>>
>> Interesting study which shows why science is such a challenging endeavor.
>>
>> *dila813 on http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/1473915/posts
>> explained it quite well*
>>
>> Pim
>>
>> What's your conclusion Janice?
>
>
> ## My conclusion? Follow the money. Money, power, and approval
> from their peers is what motivates those who engage in *junk *science
> and the *religion* of scien*tism.* They outnumber serious scientists
> 99 to 1. Many of them teach their *religion* of scien*tism *in
> science classes in the public schools.
>
Nice unsupported foundations.

> If children come out of the tax-payer funded schools believing that
> man will "destroy the planet" unless the USA signs the Kyoto
> "treaty", they have not learned "science" in science class.
>
> That is going to stop.
>
Global warming is quite well established.
What science have you learned?

And do you consider ID or YEC to be part of this junk science as well,
motivated by what?

Your view of science is quite sad. It explains a lot though.

> Janice
Received on Mon Sep 5 22:42:27 2005

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