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Who Decides What Is Misinformation About Science?

Can scientists recognize their own fallibility? Must they portray themselves as judges over the public?

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.

Cancel Culture in Science

Should a college cancel a popular course for teaching both sides? This is how evolutionists silence the opposition.

Smoke Gets in the Eyes of Climatologists

Wildfire smoke and other factors have not been properly taken into account in climate models.

Far Left Controls Big Science, Big Media

Observers of the creation-evolution issue need to realize how far left the Darwinists are about everything else.

Science Dissolving in a Sea of Lies

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

Science Is Being Corrupted by Politics

The political divide in the culture has spilled over into science, ruining trust in objectivity.

Retracted Papers Never Die

There's another case of zombie science in peer-reviewed publishing: retracted papers that don't stay dead.

AAAS Wants to Evolve Integrity

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

Black Friday Discounts on Reading

It's a busy weekend. Here are interesting articles you can read on your own, discounted (i.e., free of commentary).

Big Science Shocked At Its Own Cluelessness

Major journal blames the public for how out of touch Big Science finds itself.

How to Do Biology Without Darwin

A paper and press release compare fish and humans, but avoid falling into the Darwin just-so-story habit.

Big Science Abandons Political Neutrality

The self-assumed voices of science are now overtly political, and proud of it. Predictably, they have followed the globalist leftists.

Science Is Becoming Harder for Scientists

Leading journal worries that scientific papers are becoming too hard to read, even for scientists.

Toddlers Outsmart Psychologists

You can't put a kid in a test tube. There's more going on in a little brain than psychologists dreamt of in their philosophy.
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