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One might suggest that if such circumspection had been the rule from the very start, most of the kerfuffle around "climate change" would not exist, and we'd be debating actual science instead of opinion. Too many folks with preconceived notions were allowed to color results to suit their opinions, and now, when one might actually want to rely on actual data, one cannot because of concerns for bias. (e.g. one of four intergovernmental panel tracks on climate change was caught gaming it's results, (and even then only by small amounts), so now the potentially honest results of three of them have been rejected out of hand by one half of the "discussion", which is too bad for humankind.
And, by the way, I find it highly ironic to find change-deniers advocating less scrutiny of experimental results rather than more.
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