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fishbiscuit5 wrote:My prints came out great. An email should take care of it for you. Thanks for buying one.
Unfortunately, I have yet to receive a response from customer service. This is somewhat frustrating, as I usually get a rather prompt reply. :/
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RayKremer wrote:Contrary to popular belief, plenty of us religious people like science too. Our unemployed college graduates would be in better shape if they'd chosen science or engineering instead of philosophy and women's studies.
Speaking of the write-up, there actually are plenty of economists that try to back up their arguments with evidence. There's a reason economics is called the dismal science though, it's highly interpretive and there's no way to test a hypothesis in isolation. You tend to get a lot of confirmation bias based on a person's political leaning rather than scientific method. You can say the same thing whereever politics has hijacked science, like climate change for instance.
But frankly, the worst thing overall is that people don't understand science. All you need is a report on the nightly news that "a scientist" put out a press release announcing the results of some study, and the mass public believes this information to be the gospel truth, even years later when other studies have found the opposite result but without fanfare. There is an incorrect but widespread belief that "science" is always infallible.
Everything else is still dumb compared to science, but it's not infallible.
Science is infallible. It's people who are not.
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