Science must remain uncorrupted by agendas and funding to uphold its fundamental principle of objectivity.
The Scientific Method relies on unbiased observations, experimentation, and data analysis to arrive at reliable conclusions. When agendas and funding sources influence scientific research, the objectivity of the findings are almost always compromised, leading to biased or distorted results.
The Scientific Method generally goes as follows.
- Data Collection
- Present findings
- Peer Review
Climate change science and virology, for example, almost never fulfil the above criteria.
John Ioannidis, a physician and researcher at Stanford University, has done many studies that analyse the peer review process. In his 2005 paper titled Why Most Published Research Findings Are False, he shows that the majority of all peer-reviewed science is inaccurate, misleading or outright junk.
Richard Horton, of The Lancet, said the following.
And Marcia Angell, former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), said the following.
As biochemist David Rasnick has said multiple times, science died in the 80s.
It’s become like a cult.
There is a hierarchical structure with “experts” at the top who hold the authority and dispense knowledge, to their followers, from their peer reviewed holy texts whose findings are treated as unquestionable truths.
Scientists, like cult leaders, hold significant influence over the perception of reality.
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