You're the one insulting me based on my alleged level of education. I'm simply saying that science demands an uncritical acceptance of theories and conclusions based on the authority of what scientists tell you. A lab is only good for showing you evidence for things. The theory behind what those things do and how they operate is provided by esteemed researchers in that field that we believe have done all the math and experimentation to know what they're talking about. And this plays a huge role in how we think and form beliefs in this field. It's also the reason why anyone who questions the scientific orthodoxy is immediately ostracized and ridiculed as a crank. That they are immediately dismissed as kooks or dishonest insubordinates to the mainstream dogmas. The social power structure of science defends itself from heresy by attacking subversive theories and questions wherever they arise, even here in this pidly little forum.