Science is fun! Seriously – poking around to learn how the world works and, perhaps, even making it a little better in the process. And if you’re lucky, you might get to blow something up :)
Every now and again, I realise that science can also be controversial. Or, perhaps, certain “discoveries” can like when the scientists at CERN appeared to have seen neutrinos moving at faster than light speed. But surely, if there’s one thing we can trust scientists to do, it’s to report on their experiments truthfully? Jen Rhee recently sent me this nifty info graphic that would suggest otherwise:
Created by: Clinical Psychology
What do you think about this? Do you trust scientists to report in an unbiased way, or are you of the opinion that there is always a bias in scientific research and reporting? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.