Reader ProScience takes me to task in my previous posts for spreading falsehoods and tells me to 'look at the evidence' contained in scientific journals. He makes a good point. I spend a lot of my time looking for scientific journals as part of my research. Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of them are not available for free. Even in the age of the internet it seems that scientific papers, produced in universities and other research centres, actually cost a lot of money to read. Of course, if you work or study in a university, your institution will have a subscription to many of the publishers that charge for these scientific papers so this is not an issue. For the rest of us, access to knowledge, some of it paid for by the public purse, is much harder to come by. Perhaps ProScience or someone else can tell me why institutions don't publish their research online so everyone can benefit from it.