There is a certain beauty and corresponding reverence to the scientific method. The “problem” is that humans are using it: we are subject to biases and, most importantly, incentive systems. I highlight a Wired article about a young billionaire who has declared “a war on bad science”. His foundation’s work seeks to shed light on the instances of bad use of the scientific method, when data was perhaps ignored and corners perhaps cut. Analysts know what I am talking about: brushing away data points that seem “incoherent” with a theme, weighting independent factors disproportionately… We have all been there, no matter how hard we fight to be 100% rational and intellectually honest.