Never trust the science

It’s hard to “trust the science” when the science goes into hiding as soon as it becomes obvious they were completely and utterly wrong. And by “science”, of course, I mean “scientistry”.

The editor of respected medical journal The Lancet has refused to reveal if he still supports a controversial letter debunking claims that COVID-19 started in a Chinese laboratory.
The letter was published in The Lancet last February and was signed by 27 eminent public health experts who described speculation about the origins of the virus from a Wuhan laboratory as ‘rumours’ and ‘misinformation.’
When MailOnline contacted The Lancet’s editor, Dr Richard Horton about the decision to publish and support the letter, both he and his office declined to comment.

It’s informative to see how scientists are perfectly happy to issue authoritative pronouncements right up until the moment that the facts actually begin to arrive. Then they clam up and go into hiding.

Never, ever, “trust the science”. Because scientists are corrupt. Science is just another word for engineering that doesn’t work.