Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist: “We NEVER Are Right. We Can Only Be Sure We’re Wrong.”

29 Sep

Nobel prize winning physicist Richard Feynman is famous for many things. Among them being this statement:

“Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts.”

The following video shows the typically engaging Feynman giving a simple lecture on the scientific method.

Believers in the claim that “the science is settled” regarding alleged “dangerous”, man-made global warming, would do well to listen … very carefully:

2 Responses to “Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist: “We NEVER Are Right. We Can Only Be Sure We’re Wrong.””

  1. Shawnster September 29, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    I read about Noble prize winner Feynman on wikpedia and he’s a new hero of mine. A no nonsense sort of fellow who coined the term Cargo Cult Science. From wikpedia “Feynman delivered the Caltech commencement address on the topic of cargo cult science, which has the semblance of science, but is only pseudoscience due to a lack of “a kind of scientific integrity, a principle of scientific thought that corresponds to a kind of utter honesty” on the part of the scientist.” Hmm Sounds familiar……..

  2. Kevin Moore September 30, 2013 at 12:51 pm #
    Only 1.6% at absolute maximum of scientific papers support the theory that mankind has caused global warming – not 97% as reported by the IPCC – science fraud Christopher Monckton calls it it an interview with Alan Jones today. Interview with C. Monckton starts at about 8 minute mark.

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