"People should feel more entitled to go out and investigate things that scientists might say don't exist. The broader purpose of science is to find out what's going on in the world. What I'm saying is that the lay public can actually help science, and has a right, even a responsibility, to do so."
-Berkeley associate Professor of Philosophy Sherrilyn Roush.
Typically, I don't agree with much that comes out of Berkeley but I think Professor Roush is dead on with this statement.
What do you think?