They can not all be correct, again

There are more opinions, sometimes camps, on anything you could possibly debate, and some views you would think no intelligent person could debate. Almost any assertion can be found to be made by someone with some presumed expertise in a relevant field. Almost any assertion can be backed up by some interpretation of published studies – probably cherry picked and selectively interpreted. The problem is, since these various assertions and studies contradict each other, they cannot all be true. It does not follow that any are correct. I still stick by my analysis made in my article on experts: https://www.opednews.com/articles/Trusting-the-experts-by-Mike-Zimmer-Epistemology_Expertise_Ideas–Philosophy_Philosophy-200720-688.html