The current nominee for the head of NASA, Rep. Jim Bridenstine from Oklahoma, has denied the scientific evidence that human activities are responsible for increasing global temperatures.
In a 2016 interview he was asked if there was any data that would change his view.
That was a great question. This query represents a basic principle of science. For any valid scientific idea, there must be some criterion that, if met, could demonstrate the idea to be incorrect. In other words, there must be a way to prove it wrong -- if it is wrong.
But, dogma doesn't require evidence just belief. Should we be making policy based on beliefs or facts that can be proven right and wrong?
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