More follow up on the solar-neutrinos-radioactive decay story – experimental falsification

More follow up on the solar-neutrinos-radioactive decay story – experimental falsification. A surprising report last month by physicists that claimed to have detected a variation in radioactive decay rates, which they attributed to solar neutrinos. The NIST has overturned this finding, concluding that the tiny variations arose from environmental conditions during the original study.

This means that you can never trust scientists. They’re sloppy and biased! Instead, trust the keen skepticism of Anthony Watts, he mumbled about this when the report first came out.

One thought on “More follow up on the solar-neutrinos-radioactive decay story – experimental falsification

  1. Funny blog you got there. Doesn’t seem to have much traction, though. I see you got Climate Progress as the top one on your blogroll… Maybe you should be more angry, like Joe, that seems to work better.

    (Oh, and censor me, that’s what Joe always does.)

    [Sorry, your clever insights will have stand on their own merit. The blogroll is alphabetical, but I have no problem with Climate Progress’ focus on climate policy. = Ben]

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