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7 years ago
The advocacy for science & reason is great. The only minor issue is it probably should have fewer gifs.
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9 years ago
Very informative site. I recommend Goldacre's book of the same name, Bad Science. It debunks psuedoscience such as homeopathy, and is a must read for any sceptic.
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9 years ago
Very informative secular site.
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10 years ago
Very entertaining blog that debunks many medical myths/misreportings.
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10 years ago
Great blog, filled with excellent debunkings of all kids of scientific nonsense, primarily medical, presented in a humorous way.
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11 years ago
Dear Astalavistababy, All of Ben Goldacre's articles are linked to peer reviewed studies and evidence when necessary. The only reason I can see why you'd comment is that you support CAM. Go back, put your tinfoil hat on and listen to some more Alex Jones.
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11 years ago
I do not trust a person who tells me certain things are wrong. He should become a fallibilist.
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12 years ago
great site
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13 years ago
Blog of Ben Goldacre who writes for the UK newspaper, The Guardian.
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Ben Goldacre is a medical doctor who writes for the Guardian, the BMJ and more on pseudoscience and medicine in culture.

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