Category Archives: Precautionary principle

Shut the scientific whorehouses down–transparent science and peer review integrity

There is so much incest and conflicted peer review it is a disgrace. Money lubricated science produces claims that don’t replicate and violate scientific methods.

There are some efforts afoot to stop the corruption. The lies. The insider deals, the corruption fueled by ambitious and money pressure.

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EPA BS epidemiology and risk assessment on air pollution

This essay is pretty good, but misses the underlying fraud.

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Silicone junk science–plaintiff attorney scams

I have watched this despicable silicone thing for 30 years as a physician attorney-David Kessler is a creepy little pediatrician who was a major miscreant.

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Here we go–earthquake scare in OK–we must stop fracking

The earthquakes are epidemic in Oklahoma. The Anti Fracker movement is afoot.

There is a lawsuit–meeeee o myyyy. I think Putin has something to do with this–he is an evil sorcerer you know.

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The Precautionary Principle and Pessimism–notes from an academic oligarch

Steven Pinker provides this discussion on pessimism as an academic psychologist. I think there is a link in his formulation with the precautionary principle, the tool most suited for the scared pessimist.

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Radiation, a reliable, well used hobgoblin–Fukishima and Radiology studies.

Since Muller’s falsely reported no threshold claims about radiation effects on fruit flies, dissected very ably by Ed Calabrese, we continue to have a cottage industry of nuke phobics.

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There are reasons I like Shaw

I don’t know Michael Shaw except by JunkScience, but invariably he hits a very positive chord with me and his disgust with these endocrine disruptor clowns makes me cheer.

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