“Nullius in verba,” Latin for “Take nobody’s word for it.”
#1: “Nullius in verba,” Latin for “Take nobody’s word for it.” Author: Dan, Location: USA
Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:00 am
"questioning scientific hypotheses, even scientific theories, is what all scientists should do, if true science is to advance. That is why the Royal Society’s official motto is “Nullius in verba,” Latin for “Take nobody’s word for it.” Ironically, the Society rarely practices this approach when it comes to climate change." Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris
Sir Isaac Newton was its president from 1702 to 1727. Hmm, he probably would be considered a real scientist.
The reason for the motto stating the method scientists must use to prove their assertions used by the first real scientific society is obvious, isn't it?
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