What standard must scientific consensus be held to before you believe you can reject its skeptics?
Often, and especially with climate change, the consensus formed by thousands of scientists is rejected by politicians who claim that the existence of a few skeptics indicates that the "jury is still out," and hence both sides can be ignored. Considering there are still skeptics of gravity, clearly this skepticism must be disregarded at some point. What should the consensus satisfy such that you will reject the claims of skeptics?
This should probably be categorized as something else... I didn't notice the climate category when I posted this, but scientific integrity might also be appropriate.