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No but it should provide you with a stronger understanding of the facts from which you draw your conclusions.
Unfortunately in a developing field, the "facts" are made out to be far more tested and true than they are.
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Unfortunately in a developing field, the "facts" are made out to be far more tested and true than they are.
Well not really. Facts are facts - its the conclusions that can be drawn from them, the models created etc that are less reliable. The problem is in figuring out which facts are relevant and to what degree.
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Unfortunately in a developing field, the "facts" are made out to be far more tested and true than they are.
so, do you just read into the irrational, over dramatic claims by individuals not qualified to give input or do you actually read the acidemic papers? sounds like the former is true....



opinions are garbage in the acidemic world. we really do throw opinions around.
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Awesome.. summer temps are getting unbearable without AC.
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Well not really. Facts are facts - its the conclusions that can be drawn from them, the models created etc that are less reliable. The problem is in figuring out which facts are relevant and to what degree.
Seriously? Facts are not absolute. Facts can always be altered as new, more likely experimental data is produced. The theory of human caused climate change is based around several assumptions which may or may not be true. I'm not going to debate it any further.
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so, do you just read into the irrational, over dramatic claims by individuals not qualified to give input or do you actually read the acidemic papers? sounds like the former is true....



opinions are garbage in the acidemic world. we really do throw opinions around.
Firstly, learn to spell academic; that's so ironic it made me cringe a little. No i cannot say i read scientific journals, since they usually require a subscription fee however, i do read several science websites. Academic papers are also not absolute - cold fusion sound familiar? Everything is open to interpretation, analysis and evaluation. The state of something being published in an "academic" format does not significantly increase its credibility, inherently. It's the content that establishes credibility.

Nothing is true. Everything is permitted.
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Oh no!! We didn't listen!!

 
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TRUE THAT! I live in Houston as well and I'm sick of these 90-100F days like EVERY DAMN DAY with no rain in forever!
I'll trade you some of our crummy weather - like cool and rainy for weeks at a time - although today, I'd not trade that because it is room temperature outside, blue and sunny.

Our spring was so crummy, we went to San Francisco for the warm weather...
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Everything is open to interpretation, analysis and evaluation. The state of something being published in an "academic" format does not significantly increase its credibility, inherently. It's the content that establishes credibility.

Nothing is true. Everything is permitted.
Sorry but this is complete bs. I'm far more likely to believe something is true if i read it in Science than if i read it in Women's Weekly, or w/e, regardless of its content. The whole point of the peer review process is to make sure that the content IS inherently more credible.

The point is most of the time an educated professional is going to have a better understanding and therefore evaluation of the information compared to a layman. Do they get it wrong sometimes? Absolutely but that doesn't mean we should just go around accepting any old persons views because they chose to give an opinion.
Edited by Sylence - 6/15/11 at 5:30am
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Aren't the overclocking jokes a little cliche by now?

Every time a news article is posted about something similar to this, there's about 10+ corny jokes about overclocking that aren't even funny.
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