Rozpowszechnianie znanej rosyjskiej fałszywki o "chłopcu ukrzyżowanym w Słowiańsku". Informacja była wielokrotnie sprawdzana przez dziennikarzy tak rosyjskich jak i ukraińskich, i za każdym razem wychodziło, że nie ma ŻADNYCH dowodów potwierdzających takie zajście i ŻADNYCH innych świadków poza kobietą, która w kolejnych latach występowała także w innych rosyjskich relacjach, tym razem jako ktoś inny. Szczegółowa analiza:
I was looking for info on psoriasis, and this site popped up on the top of Google's list. The article (/www.sott.net/article/204198-Psoriasis-Is-More-Than-Skin-Deep) cited multiple studies, yet only has two attributions from a single journal. It was exceedingly sensationalist (ie, the link to "Syndrome X," among others, is wholly unproven). Further review of the website suggests that it purveys sensationalist news with little regard for the facts. It seems like a clickbait repository.
Please do not rely on this website for factual information.
This is by far one of the best alternative news site with a perspective on subjects such as health, politics, psychology, wheather, history (and much more) you won't find in any other places. Plus, they do a great job in researching about all these subjects!
from the comments of other users, I'm not surprised to find that some of the content on this site is heavily biased. I found one that essentially said that people with mental illness are subhuman. Not a reliable source of information.
"the site began as a one-woman operation, this work quickly attracted some truly fine, open minds - people interested in truth, many of whom are scientific professionals and whose work on SOTT is anonymous for their own protection. Our work has been attacked, suppressed, and marginalized by the Powers That Be in ways that no other work has been, leaving us with the distinct impression that we must be on the right track!"
In other words, "We have delusions of persecution and our 'research' is rejected by the mainstream scientific community because it's laughable".
Fraudulent claims with pseudo-science religion-inspired articles, with zero sources and focuses mainly on circlejerking various conspiracy theories, such as but not limited to: JFK assassination, 9/11, vaccination, aliens, and the 2012 Apocalypse.
Wearing tin foil hats is advised when entering this website.