The Science of Alternative Facts
This is the 4th in a series I am calling “We Are The People”. I am looking for other compelling stories if you know someone who’s story needs to be told, get in touch with me here or on messenger.
April fools day seems like perfect timing to reveal this portrait of Paul. He is a scientist and describes himself as a conservative. Paul is the Dean of the College of Pharmacy at URI. He told me that he loves science becaue “The goal of good science is to find the truth. At the end of the day, you can believe the truth or not believe. But its still the truth.
Sometimes the truth is “unvarnished”, it may not be pretty or convenient or support someone’s point of view. But again its still the truth.
A good scientist removes their biases from the scientific process. Some of the most fulfilling experiments end with “Well, thats not what I expected!”
Posted on April 1, 2017, in educational, portrait photography, Rhode Island Portrait Project, things are looking up and tagged alternative facts, photography, politics, portrait, portrait photography, portrait project, science, we are the people. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.