I never once attacked science. I'm a fan of science, I love science, the results of science, combined with a little I implement when problem solving, are how I make my living. It's how I've made my living since I've been making a living.
What I'm really attacking - and I've been pretty straight forward about it, is politics masquerading as science.
That was the point of the vaccine link I gave. You're the reactionary "if you don't agree with what's handed to you, you're a conspiracy theorist nut-job! who hates science!" type. I linked to that one to prove science isn't always what you're being handed.
Let me point out - a few years ago anyone who went around saying we would be forced to buy healthcare - AKA a breathing tax - in the United States was a tin-foil hat nutjob.
As recently as the early 80's anyone who talked about the secret government agency, the NSA, was a conspiracy whacko.
When did the existence of Area 51 finally become acceptable to believe in? 90's? 2000's? When was it built? Oh yeah, much earlier.
You're trying to label me as some moron who doesn't think vaccines work because I don't believe in science. In fact I do think many vaccines work, I think they've been very instrumental in wiping out Small Pox and saving us from a variety of other diseases. Is believing some of them aren't made in the safest manner, or believing some of them, like the Gardasil shot, are completely dangerous denying science? Have you seen the drug recall list by any chance?
So yeah, I don't think everything that's been blessed by the globalist "If we say it is good it is holy" mainstream "because it's science!" propaganda machine is true. If you wait long enough, the same propaganda machine often confirms what the conspiracy theorist say, when a drug gets recalled, a patsy takes a fall for false data, or a formula gets changed.
You're so blinded by your religion that anyone who actually has an open mind offends you and gets attacked as a non-believer.