2018-07-08 13:37:02 UTC
Most scientists can't replicate studies by their peers
Replication is something scientists should be thinking
about before they write the paper, says Ritu Dhand,
the editorial director at Nature.
It's bad enough when climate muggers make up their playdo nubbers.
But it's worse when their destroy what nubbers they've got so
that no one can replicate them.
And even when the resulting models from, plado nubbers are put
out their and falsified they'll point to maybe one and say see,
even if they just made it up. As for the other 1,000 from
planted fire to planet ice, you're just supposed to forget about.
And the little self made wizard get their playdo out again.
These mini harry potters then make up some more playdo nubbers
and expect the sky to do just as they command, after saying
abracadabra grant money.
Then along come low brow lobotomy types, sit on their high chair
and claim, well scientists say so, why can't you accept that?
But these knuckle dragging parroting morons haven't an ounce clue
of what they're saying, they're just repeating the mantra, from above,
that has been sold them so often. They're deaf blind dumb
to anything else
Meanwhile, if climate mongers weren't destroying the field fast enough.
The whole of science is collapsing around their ears as
no one want to go through the unexciting, undramatic world of boring
replication science. They all want to put on their wizard hats
and cover themselves in tinsel town.