“I would ask you, how many scientists do you, personally, know?”
“How much of the scientific/medical literature have you read? “
A fair amount
“On what basis do you make the pronouncement that the majority of scientists treat science as “dogmatic belief”?”
Really? You misquote me and create a strawman and want to be taken seriously? ROTFLMAO! Try reading what I wrote rather than what you believe I wrote, then get back to me.
As for doctors and their odd (and unscientific) beliefs, read http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/index.php/the-case-of-john-lykoudis-revisited-crank-or-visionary/ and then, if you have any integrity at all, get back to me with your apologies. (Yes, plural.)
Apologies for what, exactly? You linked a story about a physician who clearly was not trained in research methodology. Most physicians aren't. The fact that it turned out he had the right idea tells us nothing of the process that led to it. He may have been a crackpot who just happened on a correct idea (in which case, he bears much resemblance to the proverbial stopped clock), or he may have made some sound observations, but was unable to follow through on them because he lacked training in research methodology. In no way does his story validate the many quacks who, throughout history, have promised that they have the cure, then relay accounts of how the "mainstream" tries to silence them, because they know that portraying themselves as victims of persecution almost guarantees that at least a few people will give them money.