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The perception of the desirability of a scientific consensus on a particular topic and the strength of that conception has been described as a “bridging belief” on which other beliefs and then action are based.  3.7 The publisher intends to visit the site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, the publisher is not responsible for damages or refunds in the event of temporary unavailability of the website or access to the site due to system security procedures, regular maintenance (usually every Saturday from 8 am to 10 am Pacific Time), volume of internet traffic, upgrades, overload of requests to servers, general network outages or delays or other causes that are not controlled by the publisher (including: Bourgeois but not limited to force majeure events, network problems, IP address changes) that may from time to time make the site inaccessible to authorized users. If Licensee is unable to access the Site in accordance with the terms of this License, Licensee shall immediately notify Publisher and Publisher will do everything in its power to restore access as soon as possible. In the event that the Publisher does not repair the access within 48 hours, the Publisher shall make adjustments to ensure that the Licensee has access, at the Licensee`s request, to the access for which the Licensee has paid under this License. One of the most influential challengers to this approach was Thomas Kuhn, who instead argued that experimental data always provide some data that cannot be fully integrated into a theory, and that counterfeiting alone has not led to scientific change or a undermining of scientific consensus. He proposed that scientific consensus works in the form of “paradigms,” which were related theories and underlying assumptions about the very nature of the theory, which united different researchers in a given field. Kuhn argued that only after the accumulation of many “significant” anomalies would the scientific consensus enter a “crisis” phase. At this point, new theories would be sought, and eventually a paradigm would triumph over the old – a series of paradigm shifts and not linear progress towards truth. Kuhn`s model also more clearly emphasized the social and personal aspects of theory change and showed, using historical examples, that scientific consensus was never really a matter of pure logic or pure facts.  However, these periods of “normal” and “crisis” science are not mutually exclusive.
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