When there is disagreement about key findings in evaluation (or, in science, or the world in general), should some opinions – like actual expert opinions – be given more weight?
This group of Australian climate scientists thinks so, and have put their message in this creative video (if you can’t view it below, e.g.
Read the whole post –> The Friday Funny: I’m a climate scientist!
Michael Scriven has long pointed out the fundamental difference between genuine professional evaluators and connoisseurs (see Evaluation Thesaurus 4th ed., pp. 91, 163, 329). He frequently cites wine tasting and art criticism as examples of the latter.
There’s nothing like a live example to illustrate important points, and this YouTube gem (entitled “Blank Canvas
Read the whole post –> The Friday Funny: The evaluation of art