Posted 8 June 2011

The views of geoscientists are crucial for a proper understanding of climate. “This should have been accepted practice all along, not because geoscientists are necessarily right, but because this should be the normal process of science,” said Dr Andrew Miall. “The idea that any science is ‘finished’ violates all the norms of the science process, which should, by definition, be permanently open to new data and new ideas. The history of science is full of examples of so-called ‘normal science’ that is shown to be wrong on the basis of a single critical piece of data or a new idea. "  Read report by Tom Harris on  geologists conferebce in Canada:  here

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