I'm putting this here because no matter how confidently the people invested in a particular worldview regard it as "the true one," even 20 years later their own descendants are embarassed by it. Worldview, paradigm, weltanschauung
, call it what you will -- it's a mental template that purports to represent "reality" and against which anything new or challenging is checked for (probable) "veracity." (And statements contravening it being a convenient trigger of outrage from true believers in the current picture -- both as to what it includes and, most importantly, what it excludes).
It can be helpful for people inclined to be didactic about what "science" is/isn't or can/cannot be to simply watch from the sidelines as the brain police Bosheviks attempt to impose their own belief system on people (and information) that expose it as fraudulent. With that in mind,https://weilerpsiblog.wordpress.com/201 ... biography/
Whether you agree or disagree in the end is of less importance than your having seen -- possibly for the first time -- what some of us have been so familiar with for so long that we tend to carelessly assume others are (sometimes attributing disagreement to perversity rather than informational shortfall).