Posted: Feb 27, 2017 10:08 pm
by minininja
Meh. He's still more knowledgeable than the average person on most of the subjects he's likely to be talking about. Even where he's flat out wrong he's inspiring people to look deeper for themselves. And he'd be the first to admit and be delighted to learn when he is wrong. That attitude is far more important than one of lecturing from a narrow point of expertise. If people were limited to only talk about things they were sure of, no scientist would ever say anything. And it's silly to listen to a science communicator and take their words for gospel anyway.