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Topic: Science Deniers in the Post-Truth World
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Re: Science Deniers in the Post-Truth World
Posted: Sep 15, 2017 3:48 AM
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On Friday, September 15, 2017 at 9:27:06 AM UTC+2, Pentcho Valev wrote:
> "All materials react to heat in some way. But this new shape-changing polymer reacts to temperatures as small as the touch of human skin to contract - in the process lifting as much as 1,000 times its own weight." http://gizmodo.com/this-new-shape-changing-polymer-can-lift-1-000-times-it-1759165438
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> Then, perhaps, this heat engine is more efficient that the Carnot engine and the second law of thermodynamics is false?
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> Questions of the sort "Is this true?" or "Is this false?" have no place in the post-truth world. If asked, the unanimous answer coming from all over the world is "Who cares". Scientists define the questioner as "science denier".
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> Pentcho Valev


No, science deniers are those that deny science when it is overwhelmingly unanimous in a topic.



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