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Rampant Fraud in Science Grows

The epidemic of fraud in science hits an all-time high.

Darwinian Materialism Is Destroying Science

The rejection of Biblical morality has consequences in due time.

A Pox Afflicts Big Science

Ever since Big Science hooked up with politics, it has displayed ugly sores and scabs.

Does Cheating Evolve?

What if the evolution of cheating by natural selection backfires, and everyone becomes a cheater?

Who Decides What Is Misinformation About Science?

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

Retracted Papers Never Die

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

How Science Could Destroy Itself

Without this essential ingredient, long taken for granted, science could collapse.

Big Science Failing Integrity Test

What happens when the purveyors of knowledge admit they are unreliable?

Science’s Got Troubles, cont.

The "credibility crisis" in science is not solved. It may be getting worse.

Science’s Got Troubles

Numerous news articles point to moral shortcomings in Big Science that threaten public trust. The US Constitution was a great idea. But John Adams once said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other” (US Archives). Similarly, the “Scientific Method,” as it […]

Scientific Papers Can No Longer Be Trusted

How do you know a paper is not a hoax? or fake science? It's getting increasingly difficult to tell, and Big Science is worried.

Blunders Without Number: The Fraud Problems and Darwinism

Blunders without Number: The Fraud Problems and Darwinism One of the most respected medical journals in the world, New England Journal of Medicine, recently “retracted and republished a landmark study on the Mediterranean diet, and issued an unprecedented five other corrections after an obscure report last year scrutinized thousands of articles in eight journals over […]

Scientists Not Always Trained to Be Critical Thinkers

A trainer of graduate students at a prestigious university wants to put the Ph back in PhD. Can scientists be good at detail work but dumb at logic? Gundula Bosch thinks so. She directs the R3 Graduate Science Initiative at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. In Nature, she says she’s […]

Big Science Wobbles on Trust

Fixing the gap between the ideal and the real will require factors outside of science, like honesty.

Big Science Struggling to Regain Credibility

Peer review is under attack with new moves to combat fraud and special interest through integrity and transparency. But where do those come from?
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