Not so.<quoted text>the scientific community always lets challengers come forth, but to change a well established theory, one needs some serious proof.
look at the sestablished clovis man theory. Evidence seems to be building against it but as yet, no-one has been able to definitively prove it is wrong. tons oand tons of work being done on trying to find that evidence and those people are not scoffed at or ridiculed, but their findings are severely reviewed.
this is how science works. evidence and review.
Manmade climate change and evolution are maintained as absolute, and anyone that challenges them in any university, anywhere in the Western world not given a chance to challenge either.
That is well attested and confirmed.
The experience of Galileo was not an isolated incident. It is a human problem, we fear change, and the scientific community is not immune from human nature.