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1, She dismisses astrology as pseudo-science.
2, This is the nature of sciences and pseudo-sciences, always striving for a set of rules and final solutions.
3, The Scope of Fighting Against Pseudoscience Expands Too Much?
4, ID is hokum, pseudoscience, non-testable, and pure propaganda.
5, These belong to pseudoscience, inaccurate!
6, In these endeavours he joined other campaigners against pseudoscience, including scientists Carl Sagan and Stephen Jay Gould and the magician James Randi.
7, Pseudoscience: Nonscientific theories that are claimed to be scientific by their advocates.
8, LaHaye's books have their share of quackery and pseudoscience, but that does not preclude some genuinely wise counsel to lovers--especially inexperienced ones.
9, It begins, like much pseudoscience, with uncontroversial truths: the number of people over 85 will double, and the cost of drugs is rising.
10, Although most scientists regard graphology as a pseudoscience, its practice is widespread in Europe.
11, Once he said that pseudoscience is embraced in exact proportion as real science in misunderstood.
12, "Pseudoscience" leads to tastelessness of American food, which is the main cause of the national disaster of obesity.
13, It's long been regarded as pseudoscience, but precognition–that is, the ability to not just predict but to actually perceive the future–is getting a fair shake in some scientific circles lately.
14, Then creationism should stop using quasi-religious pseudoscience to do so.
15, The only anti- pseudoscience "hero" in the scientific history was T. D. Lysenko, but just this person hindered the development of genetics in the Soviet Union.
16, Biosphere 2 was ultimately ridiculed as a research debade, as exfravagant pseudoscience.
17, And I think ordinary people with commonsense ideas are intimidated by this pseudoscience.
18, It also helps struggle against anti - science and pseudoscience during SC.
19, A neat illustration of the fact that gullibility seems to be a disease of other people was provided by Martin Gardner, a great American debunker of pseudoscience, who died this year.
20, For those lacking a fundamental comprehension of how science works, the siren song of pseudoscience becomes too alluring to resist, no matter how smart you are.
21, In exegetical practice, these scholars overstress the role of understanding the meaning by pronunciation and accordingly "Zhuangyu" methodology falls into the trap of idealist pseudoscience.
22, They do not participate in scientific congresses,[http://sentencedict.com/pseudoscience.html] do not submit their papers to scientific journals and are foreign to the scientific community - a marginality typical of pseudoscience.
23, The party members who support or take part in pseudoscience activities will not be forgivable.
24, In fact, the medical vulgarize includes the social phenomenas of the pseudoscience and counter-science, both of them are inter-contacted and different each other.
25, What is amazing about the publication of this research is not that it concludes MSG allergy is a myth, but that a scientific journal still needs to bother debunking such pseudoscience at all.
26, Measurement is one of the characters that distinguish science from pseudoscience.
27, We review the recent academic discussion of the medical vulgarize, and raise the different concepts about pre-science, science, pseudoscience and counter-science.
28, It is dangerous when leaders prefer dogma to biological reality: Stalin's support for the pseudoscience of Lysenko was a disaster for Soviet agriculture.
29, Two Chinese courts handed down libel judgments against Fang, known by his nom de guerre Fang Zhouzi, and the newspapers and Internet sites that have featured his writings on pseudoscience and fraud.
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