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  1. > This is incorrect. Yes, nothing can be "proven" but consensus is irrelevant. What matters are *explanations* not consensus.
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  3. What you fail to understand is that science is a social enterprise.  Inasmuch as science is capable of affecting the world, consensus is what matters.  An "explanation" that has no consensus is exactly as useful as an explantion that is incorrect.
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  5. So, yes, consensus is what matters.  Unless you prefer to live in an imaginary world.  Funnily enough, that's my impression of you.
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