We humans have this annoying, and almost always incorrect, tendency to consider things in binary terms. You're right or you're wrong. Things are black or they're white. You agree or you disagree. You're female or you're male. Cats are good, dogs are bad.
But life is almost never like that. Perhaps never.
We scientists in particular should understand that all things - ALL things - lie somewhere on a spectrum of possibilities. Hell, we wouldn't really be scientists if we didn't accept that. Sure, we talk in terms of hypotheses being right or wrong, but that "wrong" part generally encompasses a broad range - or spectrum - of possibilities. The "right" part often does too.
Yes, it's easy to point out things that lie on the far tails of the distributions. But it's all to easy to ignore the fact that there's one hell of a lot of stuff that falls in between.
Life is far richer and more interesting if we accept its non-binary nature. Perhaps we should be doing a better job of letting others know that.