A reference to Yogi Berra's bit of wisdom will always stop me.
As noted here a couple of times previously, the bees were never in as much trouble as alleged. Now, they will be in probably even less.
Andrew Gelman agrees that randomized trials are often overrated.
(I hadn't known there was a little literature mocking overreliance on randomized trials. See, for examples, "Parachute use to prevent death and major trauma related to gravitational challenge: systematic review of randomised controlled trials" and "Does usage of a parachute in contrast to free fall prevent major trauma?: a prospective randomised-controlled trial in rag dolls".)
Compared to psychology, economics is probably pretty good: "Indeed, much of what we 'know' in psychology seems to be false."
Those stars may be dead, but they know not to cross Big Al.
A reference to Yogi Berra's wisdom will always stop me.
I was thinking "Boom!!" but here are some additional details.
"Why seeing a tasty snack can make your mouth water: 'Eating with your eyes' is hardwired in the brain"
Makes a lot of sense to me.
Hey, I would expect nothing less.
Yet another proposed answer for Fermi's Paradox.