Fujisawas Sake said:In his book The Growth of Biological Thought, Dr. Ernst Mayr argues that while the scientific method is good, it sometimes detracts from the goal of science, which is to answer our questions about the world around us. He also makes the point that many if not all theories have a few scientifically based contrary or alternative hypotheses.
Vladimir Matveev said:... a reviewer "does not know anything because he knows something". "Too much data, too little brains." ... How it is possible to revaluate some general theory, having so little brains? That is my main idea. That is the result of specialization in science.