We believe that an increase in public awareness of science is critical in reducing the spread of misinformation. To facilitate this, we have a comments section for users to discuss any research article.
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In short, no. We believe that all beliefs should be backed up by scientific evidence. However, even amongst the scientific community, there are differences in what is believed to be true or not (even if they are completely different from the wider consensus).
If someone does post a comment and you believe there is evidence that goes against that comment, feel free to reply with the evidence, that’s how knowledge gets shared!