- Science 101
Some scientists are criticised for cherry picking their studies when in fact they are falsifying a hypothesis. Falsification, a concept coined by Sir Karl Popper (philosopher of science), is one of the methods that differentiates science from other forms of acquiring knowledge.
This video explains the difference between cherry picking and black swan citing/sighting and uses the health effects of electrosmog as an example. It mentions the BioInitiative Report and other documents/appeals/resolutions related to the health effects of electrosmog.