Yea, just keep breeding here on Earth and shoot the occasional capsule full of people off into space.
Do you have any clue what it would take to keep up with a population increasing by billions of people? Do you want me to Godwin this thread?
And how do you define "facts" - scientific consensus perhaps?
No. Observable and testable. Consensus has nothing to do with it.
Science routinely re-evaluates its own scientific conclusions and often returns a very different outcome than the previous.
Can you say the same about people who believe what is written in a book that's thousands of years old? Of course not - you're told to take it on faith and not question (re-evaluate) what was written.
I think science seeks "truth", not facts - the same way faith does albeit by way of a different methodology.
No, science seeks observable and testable facts.
if the battery power trend takes off, it must lead to a new paradigm in which homes will be powered more with low voltage wiring than line voltage electrical, according to a blog
A couple of real big if's there. Battery power is unlikely to take off in all but a few low latitude places where the climate is right and it's heavily subsidized. Even then, there are better alternatives than rewiring a house; and of course solar doesn't work for high density housing like a multi-story apartment building..
Every test and every interpretation has a margin of error; obviously a person should understand the error rate for both false positive and false negative is before making a decision. The headline simply said "often gets it wrong" but I don't see any qualification of what "often" means. One in ten? One in a million? Who knows? Although they do state that some labs are more competent than others; no surprise there.
So we've entered the endless small war phase.
Try to find a time in history when the world wasn't in the endless small war phase (other than when the world was in a big war phase of course)