One of the things that has always concerned me about how and where people get their information these days is the assumed accuracy of said information. A lot of what we eat and do and how we behave is based on scientific information that is meticulously investigated everyday by scientists all over the world. The question has always been how to get this information out in a way that is easily understood, but also has supporting evidence that is accurate at that moment. That was when the idea of a community blog, science by scientists, was born.
I have been in close touch with science and scientists for over 20 years, and one thing that has always amazed me is how science works. Science is hypothesis driven, but unpredictable, and dogma’s are continuously being challenged. What is true today could be proved completely untrue tomorrow: the important thing is that each side is supported by well-controlled, peer-reviewed evidence that was available at the time the experiments were done. It is my goal to deliver this information with all its uncertain glory to an audience that is interested in learning something new. It is my sincere hope that you find WeTalkScience.com interesting, informative and most of all, fun!