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Who Publishes Science? The Rich

If you make a discovery on your own, good luck getting it published. Science is a game for rich guys.

Fraud Is Killing Science Publishing

Industrialized cheating is growing so fast, it's becoming hard to know what is real.

Science Dissolving in a Sea of Lies

The line between "mainstream" science and fake science continues to blur.

Can Evolutionary Theory Improve Scientific Practice?

Need better science? Let the Darwin Party take over. They'll give the next reformers an even bigger mess to clean up.

AAAS Wants to Evolve Integrity

The pro-Darwin AAAS is trying to use a failing strategy: increasing scientific integrity by intelligent design.

Big Science Tells Biden What to Do

The UK journal Nature keeps interfering in US science policy, forgetting that elected representatives are of, for, and by the people.

Lying for Darwin: A Global Pandemic

Science is infected with parasitic doctrines that have developed antibiotic resistance against logic.

Political Science Swallows Empiricism

Big Science is recognizing its political bias and lack of integrity. Sometimes they worry about it; sometimes they just rationalize it.

Big Science Needs to Repent

In a stunning rebuke, 22 scientists write in Nature that science needs humility and transparency.

Big Science Endorses Storytelling

Big Science turns to Hollywood for help entertaining people with science narratives. It may be OK at times, but facts must take priority.

Another Big Science Fail Over Pollution

Is plastic polluting the world's oceans? Yes, but not nearly as much as hundreds of studies had claimed. Measure, don't assume!

Triple Fail: Big Science Blunders

Three strikes in one day: scientific theories and assumptions in unrelated fields have blundered big time. What are the lessons?

Solutions Come from Freedom and Ingenuity, Not Government

Look at these fantastic examples of potential solutions to world problems coming from motivated scientists.

Can Science Trust Itself?

Disturbing news comes from scientists who like to portray themselves as infallible seekers of the truth.

Scientists Are Only Fallible Humans

Recent news articles remind us to qualify our trust in scientists according to the human potential for error and bias.
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