NEWS RELEASE - Mount Laurel, NJ - When I saw the movie titled “Concussion”, it inspired me to write the peer-reviewed article titled “Who Is Telling The Truth, Nature Or Man?” which was recently published in the international science journal, News Of Biomedical Sciences. Ironically enough, the formal recognition of a fundamental omission error of how science is being conducted by the National Academy of Science of Belarus with an international editorial board and council of scientists marks a significant development towards the advancement of science for only science can correct itself. The publication of this article demonstrates to the public that some scientists have the integrity to act responsibly in accordance to their discipline’s practice of acknowledging a new discovery that supersedes previous knowledge regardless of how inconvenient such a discovery may be, while others do not have the same high standards.
As discussed in the article, the omission error that science is built upon is blatantly transparent to the extent that anyone without scientific knowledge can conduct a simple keyword search on the internet in order to confirm for themselves what the art of science has overlooked without needing to read a single scientific document or book.
Cite: Morales, M.S., Who Is Telling The Truth, Nature Or Man?, News Biomed. Sci. (2016) Vol.13, No. 1. P. 86-90. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18914.53447
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