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Naomi Oreskes: Why we should trust scientists

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  1. I trust scientists because they _love_ to poke holes in each others’ theories. But sometimes they can’t.

  2. Damn she is hot, I mean the scientist … Can I be your lab rat please ? 🙂 lol & she looks like a hybrid of Rosamund Pike & Eva Green — Bond girls.

  3. If you guys could freeze your age at one which age would you chose? I think I’d chose somewhere between 30-35?

  4. I get what Matthew is saying, and I can accept the possibility that there may be honest and unbiased scientists within the corporate establishment, but they are few and far between, and are of the minority. big corporations, like Exxon (who will soon run the state dept.) and Pfizer, are not in the habit of publishing any data that could hurt their bottom line, *even if it’s the truth and even if lives are at risk*. In fact there is ample evidence that they intentionally falsify, misrepresent and obfuscate any data that might be harmful to their profits. They actually make more money on a drug, even if it kills people and they know it, and they have to face lawsuits after — they still make more money than they would have to pay out in any potential damages.

  5. Hi guy’s. Found the show the other day. Well done. Question on aging? The aging process is slowed. Let’s say life span 250 heathy years, at about your current “look”. Your kids, 2 boys (right) age up to your “look”. One decides to age normal. The other slows the process. When the one son life’s leads to be an old man. You, your wife and son. Watch him die before your eye’s. Those emotions to me, wouldn’t they not break your heart ? Right then and there? I would further ask? Are we as humans, not human anymore? Is that a good thing? You have posed an interesting question you Scottish bastard. What would Geoff say, I wonder? An, Icarus quote??? Enjoying the show.

  6. I would say that she *does* address that point when she argues for the wisdom of the *larger community* of scientists. We shouldn’t trust the results of individuals or small cohorts of scientists. There may be pockets or scientists or organizations that have a bias or a slant, but if you look to the larger community you will get a better answer. There may be «corporate scientists» who study the subject of GMOs, but there are many more public and university based scientists who don’t receive money (certainly not personal income) from corporate interests. Similarly, many of the men an women who I know who study epidemiology don’t profit off of the pharmaceutical industries. They do the science because they care about the science. So, it is easy to just dismiss an entire field with an argument for bias. It is wrong to label a whole field on the basis of a segment of that field. in researching science, you should cast a *wide net* and find the robust conclusions of published research from many different sources, with different backgrounds, different (even competing) interests. Vaccinations are a very good example of mature science. We accept that they work based on a body of research that precedes the emergence of «big pharma» and based on a body of research that comes from a *much* broader base of scientists than those hired by the pharmaceutical industry.

  7. Actually the firmaments, we call waters did not all collapse. All the clouds from their storehouses let their rain out, and they were fueled by the geysers, and deep sea fountains spewing hot steam and water into the air. The firmaments are waters, and they, the dimensions, are still above us. If you can view the sun, and other dimensions higher in frequency then there is still a firmament of water above you.

  8. I’m disappointed in this talk. Although I agree with her conclusions, the parts leading up to it essentially contradict them. She criticises the Scientific Method but only talks about half of it. The other half is the re-testing and refining of theories. The Scientific Method is an ongoing process. As a historian of science she really should have included that aspect. And making a sweeping statement like E=mc² is wrong . . . where’s her citation for that? The only people who think its wrong are pseudo-scientists. It is not complete but if anyone can give me evidence of it being completely wrong, I’d love to see it.

  9. You just degrade ( Just like iron when it is exposed to oxygen, you can only slow the process ) but death doesn’t exist actually. If you mix a newspaper in a mixer you cant read it anymore but all the information is still there. Same with life you just give your material back to nature and yes the byproduct is no more consciousness. The essence of life is survival. If you look on a cellular level it divides and passes on information so that the next cell has a better understanding of how to survive…… You are already immortal according to nature.

  10. Hi guy’s. Found the show the other day. Well done. Question on aging? The aging process is slowed. Let’s say life span 250 heathy years, at about your current “look”. Your kids, 2 boys (right) age up to your “look”. One decides to age normal. The other slows the process. When the one son life’s leads to be an old man. You, your wife and son. Watch him die before your eye’s. Those emotions to me, wouldn’t they not break your heart ? Right then and there? I would further ask? Are we as humans, not human anymore? Is that a good thing? You have posed an interesting question you Scottish bastard. What would Geoff say, I wonder? An, Icarus quote??? Enjoying the show.

  11. Extending the human lifespan ‘significantly’ is a nice concept however with the amount of hunger in the world today, and subsequent lack of sustainable food, do we want to face the challenge of feeding people longer? Extended lifespan means more people on the Earth at any given time. If there’s not enough food to feed everyone now, how can we expect to feed people that live to be 200?

  12. The announcer apologizes in advance for 100 in the Dark not being a very good story, and it wasn’t.  And that was actually the last show in the series? 

  13. Extending the human lifespan ‘significantly’ is a nice concept however with the amount of hunger in the world today, and subsequent lack of sustainable food, do we want to face the challenge of feeding people longer? Extended lifespan means more people on the Earth at any given time. If there’s not enough food to feed everyone now, how can we expect to feed people that live to be 200?

  14. I’m an atheist and don’t believe in a God but I wouldn’t argue that pascal left reasoning and rationalism behind. In a way he was the most rational

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  16. +volvol1 Actually, If they think they’ve discovered something they have to try every way, generally, to Disprove that idea.

  17. If you guys could freeze your age at one which age would you chose? I think I’d chose somewhere between 30-35?

  18. My husband and I have ten years between us and the age thing is only an issue when he feels old or when we were having children. Lol

  19. That reads like a desperate denialist’s talking point supplied all too quickly by the Koch brothers and Exxon’s media managing and marketing reps. I’d rather just trust Naomi. She’s cool.

  20. I agree she’s engaging, and I agree with her conclusions — especially scientists need to be better communicators and we all need to be better listeners — but I think the way she’s described the scientific method contradicts her point somewhat and gives those who don’t want to listen to scientists ammunition.

  21. My husband and I have ten years between us and the age thing is only an issue when he feels old or when we were having children. Lol

  22. As far as trusting experts Naomi should go to a well-regarded fashion consultant and plastic surgeon.

  23. Take a heat lamp. Take an infra-red camera. Put a glass tube between the camera and the lamp. The camera sees the infra-red light just fine. Now fill the tube with CO2. The light disappears. Ohhh…SCIENCE. But it ain’t rocket science!

  24. If you guys could freeze your age at one which age would you chose? I think I’d chose somewhere between 30-35?

  25. I was NOT impressed with this lecture, and think the lecture was horribly misnamed (i.e. «why we trust scientists»).  As I understand it there are multiple ways scientists go about trying to test theories and «prove propositions» — they are NOT limited to the so-called «textbook» method.  A theory if often not necessarily proved by a single test by a single scientist. Rather, as I understand it, ALL scientific knowledge is understood to be PROVISIONAL — and thus subject to rejection or revision or amendment if further tests, experiments, experience, etc. show / suggest that it is WRONG or incomplete.  This provisional acceptance of science (and not scientists) is because generally the process — over time — has been found to be the BEST method of discovering how things work or why they work.  Thus confirmation over time gives a person confidence in thinking that a theory is at worst very likely to be true.

  26. You just degrade ( Just like iron when it is exposed to oxygen, you can only slow the process ) but death doesn’t exist actually. If you mix a newspaper in a mixer you cant read it anymore but all the information is still there. Same with life you just give your material back to nature and yes the byproduct is no more consciousness. The essence of life is survival. If you look on a cellular level it divides and passes on information so that the next cell has a better understanding of how to survive…… You are already immortal according to nature.

  27. Pascal left «Science and rationalism behind.» (Cough, cough…) So, that is why he is known as a preacher today, instead of a scientist.

  28. Extending the human lifespan ‘significantly’ is a nice concept however with the amount of hunger in the world today, and subsequent lack of sustainable food, do we want to face the challenge of feeding people longer? Extended lifespan means more people on the Earth at any given time. If there’s not enough food to feed everyone now, how can we expect to feed people that live to be 200?

  29. My husband and I have ten years between us and the age thing is only an issue when he feels old or when we were having children. Lol

  30. Hi guy’s. Found the show the other day. Well done. Question on aging? The aging process is slowed. Let’s say life span 250 heathy years, at about your current “look”. Your kids, 2 boys (right) age up to your “look”. One decides to age normal. The other slows the process. When the one son life’s leads to be an old man. You, your wife and son. Watch him die before your eye’s. Those emotions to me, wouldn’t they not break your heart ? Right then and there? I would further ask? Are we as humans, not human anymore? Is that a good thing? You have posed an interesting question you Scottish bastard. What would Geoff say, I wonder? An, Icarus quote??? Enjoying the show.

  31. Damn she is hot, I mean the scientist … Can I be your lab rat please ? 🙂 lol & she looks like a hybrid of Rosamund Pike & Eva Green — Bond girls.

  32. You just degrade ( Just like iron when it is exposed to oxygen, you can only slow the process ) but death doesn’t exist actually. If you mix a newspaper in a mixer you cant read it anymore but all the information is still there. Same with life you just give your material back to nature and yes the byproduct is no more consciousness. The essence of life is survival. If you look on a cellular level it divides and passes on information so that the next cell has a better understanding of how to survive…… You are already immortal according to nature.

  33. Naomi doesn’t make the distinction between actual science, and ‘corporate science’. corporate science is what is responsible for fueling the denial and ignorance surrounding the climate discussion. Naomi’s expertise is in climate science, but if she looked at other subjects, like vaccines and GMO’s, for example, in the same manner she studies climate, she would find the exact same deceit and misrepresentation perpetrated by the pharmaceutical and biotech industries as in the fossil fuel industry. no surprise there.

  34. the fall of Edom is dawning, I can not stand to watch this man who is not using his mind appropriately to understand that father did manifest himself from nothingness to light, as genesis says. there was void, and darkness, and he said let there be light. 6 literal days is not proven, it is more than likely a hebraic encoding of an abstract time period, which time is relative anyway. by our perspective on earth of time, god could have very well taken billions of years to develop complex organisms. I can not watch a narrow minded joker, carisma does not help us at all. You know what does? learning wisdom, and applying it with love.

  35. GROUCHO THE KING OF LIVE TV! WHAT HAPPENED TO REAL LIVE ENTERAINMENT?EVERYTHING SEEMS SO OBVIOUS BEFORE YOU WATCH IT.

  36. Damn she is hot, I mean the scientist … Can I be your lab rat please ? 🙂 lol & she looks like a hybrid of Rosamund Pike & Eva Green — Bond girls.

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