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- adj. Able to be fooled.
There is ample evidence that scientists are just as "foolable" and subject to the vagaries of these dark forces as mere mortals.
We all indulge a fantasy of being some kind of un-foolable renaissance man who can evaluate every field of knowledge: sniffing out the bogus and homing-in on the nuggets of genuine wisdom.
Meanwhile, cars older than 1977 get a free pass to spew whatever they want, and those from 1996 to the present only get the easily-foolable OBD-II test.
Two chances in three of getting a foolable interceptor; two chances in three of fooling that person.