I have, as most of you know, posted lots of science on the Forum and written about it in the Mag for years. For every science article discussed there are 100 more at least not addressed. One of the things Dave Willis and I used to amaze over are the studies and replicates that had opposite results. We even tried a couple of times to track down the authors (often friends of ours) who were as shocked as we were. Those dadgum unknown variables. The real dangerous ones are when 2 or more groups of science writers are each sure they are correct on a topic in which they highly disagree (writing with a point to prove). Often all sides have part of the issued correct and part wrong, with no side having the real answer which may come 20 years later as a result of improved scientific ability and method.