W.Va. Doesn't Understand The Scientific Method: Part 1

Law360, New York (February 12, 2014, 1:56 PM EST) -- Milward v. Acuity has spawned another troubling anti-science opinion: Harris v. CSX Transportation Inc. Whereas Milward held that credentialed wise men should be allowed to testify that an effect that has never been observed (indeed one that could not be detected by any analytical method known to man) actually exists, Harris holds that such seers may further testify that an effect that would be observable (if it existed) and which has been repeatedly sought in the wake of its putative cause yet invariably not observed actually...
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