Skip to comments.Peter Gleick lecturing the U.S. Senate on “deceitful tactics” (February 7, 2007 )
Posted on 02/25/2012 3:29:52 PM PST by Ernest_at_the_Beach
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Testimony of Dr. Peter Gleick, February 7, 2007 Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Categories of Deceitful Tactics and Abuse of the Scientific Process
(source: P.H. Gleick, Pacific Institute, 2007)
There are many tactics used to argue for or against scientific conclusions that are inappropriate, involve deceit, or directly abuse the scientific process.
Personal (Ad Hominem) Attacks
This approach uses attacks against the character, circumstances, or motives of a person in order to discredit their argument or claim, independent of the scientific evidence.
Guilt by Association
Challenge to Motive (such as greed or funding)
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Thanx for the ping Ernest_at_the_Beach !
When does the trial start?
ha-ha-ha...our government is a joke.
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