Category Archives: Methodology

Most published medical research is FALSE — 85% of research funding WASTED, says Stanford study

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Aaron Stover summarizers Will Happer–lecturing at George Marshall–a giant of a man

Aaron did damn good job of taking notes–my goodness. When I was in medical school certain individuals were designated to produce the notes becuase they were good–Aaron would get that job.

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John Ioannides

This author is a most important junk science detective.

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I swear I could drink herbicides and not suffer.

So EPA approves a herbicide and the greenies get panicky.

There is no danger to the bioshpere created by herbicides applied appropriately. I have applied some herbicides to reduce my problem with cactus. If you poured a herbicide into a stream or pond you might kill some fish.

Insecticides are a differnt thing, since they attack the autonomic systems of bugs and those side effects impact humans, whose nervous systems depend on the same chemical interactions.

http://www.geneticliteracyproject.org/2014/10/15/epa-approves-dow-enlist-duo-herbicide-anti-gmo-activists-howl/

Didn’t know you were living in a Mafia neighborhood, did you?

When big bucks are being handed out, not too long before the Mafiosi mentality dominates.

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Richard Dawkins, often wrong, never in doubt

A review by John Gray of Richard Dawkins’ autobiography An Appetite for Wonder: The Makings of a Scientist (Ecco Press) reveals an incurably arrogant man, certainly a serial violator of the Richard Feynman rule of how to be a good scientist–be your own most severe critic.

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Surgical procedures that don’t seem to work

This is essential reading for physicians and patients.

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