Recent Examples of pseudoscience from the Web
Pseudosciences such as phrenology and eugenics have attempted to ascribe a biological rationalization for the oppression of certain groups.
The large carbon polluters have spent between one [billion and] two billion dollars putting out pseudoscience and creating false doubts.
If the Trump administration admitted the president’s true beliefs, he would be widely accused of using pseudoscience and conspiracy theories to guide major foreign policy decisions.
Somali community leaders are in lockstep with the Minnesota Department of Health, trying to knock down the pseudoscience behind the myth that vaccines can lead to autism.
Topics for discussion will include climate change, pseudoscience, and artificial intelligence—
The New Century Foundation uses pseudoscience to promote the philosophy that whites ought to be the majority race.
Hosted by Nye alongside a slew of celebrity correspondents and guest—including Karlie Kloss, Zach Braff, and Tim Gunn—the show will employ a mix of monologues, demonstrations and talk-show style debate segments to refute myths and pseudoscience.
Previous reports about the engine have been met with heaping doses of skepticism, with many physicists relegating the EmDrive to the world of pseudoscience.
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medical Definition of pseudoscience
pseudoscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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