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Image credit: Blueollie This article by Michael Schulson in the Daily Beast struck a chord with me – Whole Foods: America’s Temple of Pseudoscience. Possibly because I have spent far too much time debating anti-fluoride activists. But the experience has certainly … Continue reading
Book Review: Nonsense on Stilts: How to Tell Science from Bunk by Massimo Pigliucci Paperback: 336 pages Price: US$13.60; NZ$41.99 Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (May 15, 2010) Language: English SBN-10: 0226667863 SBN-13: 978-0226667867 The “climategate” fiasco revealed an undercurrent … Continue reading
I cringe every time I read an advocate of science asserting they “believe in science.” Yes, I know they may be responding to an assertion made by supporters of religion or pseudoscience. But “belief” is the wrong word because it … Continue reading
Some readers may be aware I am being purposely provocative with this logo as it identifies the problem of extending the sceptical approach into the political sphere – emotions of identity and values. Image credit: RT America YouTube. Being a sceptic … Continue reading
Tactics used in anti-science and pseudoscience propaganda are essentially the same as used in political propaganda. Continue reading
Anti-fluoride campaigners seem to be a sixes and sevens on whether community water fluoridation (CWF) is effective or not. Some will accept CWF is effective in improving oral health but moan about the ethics or reports of harm. Others will simply … Continue reading
This is a spoof, of course – but a legitimate one. It’s a response to reports like this from The ecologist – “Monsanto on trial for crimes against nature and humanity.” Some readers may have been fooled by this, but … Continue reading
This article from The Spud – Sentences that start with “studies show” usually followed by bullshit, study shows really resonates with me. I have had a gutsful of terms like “studies show” or “scientists have found,” etc. They are simply used to give … Continue reading