26 July 2014

The importance of scientific consensus

I wrote a blog post on my other blog about the nature of scientific consensus.  I won't transcribe it here, but rather only suggest that it is a relevant part of developing a non-theistic successful society, because in combination with the general enterprise of science, it guarantees a steady (though possibly slow) progress and deepening of understanding.  It can stand as a guide to help create the social institutions that can keep societal progress happening without recourse to any religious or theistic frameworks.

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