"It doesn't generally have an 'agenda' or 'ideology' like politics"<quoted text>
As I said, true. Science finds the best understanding of the issue. It doesn't generally have an 'agenda' or 'ideology' like politics
True. Yet it is also a simple word to describe a fact accepted by a vsst majority. Science isn't DEFINED by consensus, but we can judge the STRENGTH of the science by how many educated and well informed (on the subject) researchers accept it as theory.
It isn't EXClUSIVELY a political term. It can be used in politics or mathematics. Only YOU make it into an issue, which it isn't.
Au contraire. I would have standards regardless of your double speak. MY standard is solid science and well established theory backed up by data. Yours is whether you can misuse or twist words.
I'll stick to MY standards,thank you very much..
No agenda to global warming science? No ideology?
Oh wait, you qualified that with "generally".