“I have been rebelling all my life. The alternative is not good.”
“No, accepting the truth is a good thing, and rebelling against it is pointless and destructive.”
The housemaids tale? quotes re the truth.
Apply them to skeptics as you wish.
“We lived, as usual, by ignoring. Ignoring isn’t the same as ignorance, you have to work at it
It was true, I took too much for granted; I trusted fate, back then.
There is more than one kind of freedom … Freedom to and freedom from.
Better never means better for everyone … It always means worse, for some.
A rat in a maze is free …, as long as it stays inside the maze.”
I can say anything I like, except facts about climate change, to my wife and friends and you guys.
Is this fair?
For any coefficient matrix A(t), the equation
y’ = A*y + f’ – A*f
has y=f as a solution. A perfect emulator. But as I showed above, the error propagation is given by the homogeneous part y’ = A*y. And that could be anything at all, depending on choice of A. Sharing a common solution does not mean that two equations share error propagation. So it’s not OK.