I had the same problem yesterday, but I always attribute it to either my computer or my internet provider. Also, just now on “brain dead girl” thread, I received an email notification that “unregistered guest” has replied to this thread and that Bobjam responded to the unregistered guest’s comments. However, they are nowhere to be found on the thread. Something seems to be amiss on RO.
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Yes, it was Helicobacter pylori.
While the scientific community embraces this now:
H. pylori: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and More (H. pylori: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and More)
Whose to say that in one year, fifty years, or one hundred fifty years from now that notion will be turned on it’s head and those that promoted it will be viewed as flat earthers by the scientific community of THAT DAY.
My point is that the two most dangerous words in the English language are: . . . “studies show”.
But to the scientific community, these two words become “gospel” when the calcified brains of scientists embrace them. It is in the nature of science to move slow and deliberately . . . and that’s fine and as it should be.
But one of the unintended consequences of that behavior is that new theories are resisted until science catches up with it. And the old boy network is faced with the reality that they were wrong all their lives. What results is NOT a conspiracy, but a resistance that is only part of human nature . . . and scientists, for all their claims of objectivity, are humans at the core.
Some fifty years ago, I had textbooks in Organic, Inorganic, and P-Chem. Just about every page of those textbooks now have something “not accepted” . . . thus “revisions” and “new editions”.
The history of science is littered with the bodies of what were once viewed as “crackpots”, and Barry Marshall, an Australian doctor who first published his theories on H. pylori in 1982, was once on that list.
Did scientists ridicule him or did they show the proper amount of skepticism? That will be argued as long as science exists.
Bottom line, today’s theory of evolution, no matter how long it’s been “around”, is vulnerable to the same flaws in human nature (science.)
SUPER POST BobJam!
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