There are always two sides to any fundamental scientific argument.
Robert Oldershaw

Scientific arguments are mostly about open questions, and then there can be any number of sides (none, one, …, as the useful hypotheses stack up).

If there is a question with ‘two sides’, chances are it is actually a closed question with a fringe opposition. The existence of the Standard Model is closed (with the LHC observing s sufficiently standard Higgs). And yes, it predicts all the non-exotic physics, according to leading scientists [ ].

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