Recent Examples of pseudoscience from the Web
That's when a dishonest charlatan lists many misleading items to leave their opponent flustered by heaps of pseudoscience.
Exhibits explore the pseudoscience of mythological creatures, such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the Yeti.
Granted, pseudoscience and unverified product claims are present in skin care.
But in the midst of all the political back-and-forth and pseudoscience, providers say lawmakers are forgetting who is actually at the center of this issue: pregnant people.
Here’s a minor paradox of life in the Trump era: Self-care is more necessary than ever, but New Agey pseudoscience has never seemed more dubious.
James Damore, the former Google engineer who was fired by the company after authoring the infamous memo that used pseudoscience to question the benefits of diversity, is now suing the tech giant.
Critics call it a potentially dangerous and unproven pseudoscience.
But even accepting the premise of the pseudoscience, what sort of world would a cryogenic client wake up in.
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First Known Use of pseudoscience
medical Definition of pseudoscience
pseudoscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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