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Various philosophic, scientific and pseudoscientific approaches are combined in S.
While Viridor Waste Management, Prosiect Gwyrdd and other proponents of incineration continue to advance pseudoscientific claims to distract the public from risks of incineration, we remain dedicated to open discussion and sober analysis of scientifically-defensible facts.
While ViridorWaste Management, Prosiect Gwyrdd and other proponents of incineration continue to advance pseudoscientific claims to distract the public from risks of incineration, we remain dedicated to open discussion and sober analysis of scientifically-defensible facts.
Washington, Oct 12(ANI): An American professor has branded global warming as "the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud" he has ever seen.
The skeptic movement is an evidence-based approach to addressing claims of the supernatural, the pseudoscientific, the outlandish and the bizarre.
The settlement of North America by the Native Americans and later by Europeans of several ethnicities and Africans provided the raw material out of which has emerged a literature, scientific and pseudoscientific, about race.
And if you have ever read this column before, you know we hate it when releases use pseudoscientific terms that are just totally made up.
Whether valid or a sham, hard science or the pseudoscientific equivalent of a psychic reading, ancestral DNA was merely the springboard, the "spark," that would inspire new and utterly original pieces of theater.
The artists have also joined forces with parapsychologist Dr Ciar[sz]n O'Keefe from popular paranormal TV series Most Haunted, who has helped the artists to combine modern scientific and pseudoscientific techniques to create this highly-charged situation.
This book is designed to get general readers and students in the middle grades and up thinking about the difference between scientific and pseudoscientific pursuits, whether the term 'pseudoscience' explains anything, and whether the various topics explored here, from acupuncture to zombies, are worthy of the name pseudoscience.
The purpose, Harwood explains in the afterword, "was to prove that believers in supernatural, metaphysical, paranormal and other pseudoscientific delusions have no more ability to recognize when they are being conned than" believers in all that nonsense who have already been exposed as gullible marks.