[ The Matrix-Q Q&A GAME ] When data, assessment, perception, evidence, correlations, … are enough for the scientific community in order to agree on a “SCIENTIFIC TRUTH”? Which is the role of a scientist and or of a scientific truth, for global sustainable development ?

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[ QUESTION ]

  • When data, assessment, perception, evidence, correlations, … are enough for the scientific community in order to agree on a “SCIENTIFIC TRUTH”?
  • Which is the role of a scientist and or of a scientific truth, for global sustainable development ?
[ MOTIVATION KEY ]  SCIENTIFIC TRUTH = is a PERCEPTION issue, is it “ONLY CORRELATIONAL” vs. there is enough “EVIDENCE” or “DATA” ?

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  • Which is the role of a scientist and or of a scientific truth, for global sustainable development ?
  • How relative in time is a scientific truth ?
  • Can a scientific truth be perceived by stakeholders from a variety of valid perspectives?
  • How scientific truths impact or influence decision making, policy making and leadership responsibility ?
  • How would you solve this complex situation / challenge the scientific community plays a role in ?
  • Which is the role of the scientist or scientific community ?
  • Could you share other examples ?
  • Do we find other similar examples in the archive of records of history of science ?
  • How this challenging situation is being addressed by universities and schools ? are young scientists prepared to play the roles that they are invited to take in society, culture, civilization development or community ?
  • How this type of challenge can be addressed by basic education ?