Category Archives: Fallacies in science

Hiding in Plain Sight

Like a lot of people, I enjoy tickling living things to get a response out of them. It doesn’t hurt them but you sure know they’re very much alive! Grandkids are one example. In some cases, however, “tickling” is irreversible. … Continue reading

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Peer review ain’t what it used to be.

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2017/03/01/peer-reviewed-science-losing-credibility-as-large-amounts-of-research-shown-to-be-false/

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Is this the “They’ and the “Why”? Elio Vanin: Part 2?

In my last post I indicated that I wanted to ask Elio Vanin why he said what he said to me over 25 years ago. His final response to me was “They will kill you for this”. I wanted to ask … Continue reading

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Elio Fausto Vanin, Ph.D 

I decided to contact Dr. Vanin today, seeing as how we had a very brief crossing of paths at Ohio State University back in the late 1980’s when I was a Ph.D. student there. I audited one of his courses … Continue reading

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Fighting scientific one hit wonders

I discovered this on Facebook and decided to share it here: One hit wonders After watching this audio you may be convinced that what I have been “peddling” on this blog seems to fall under the category of “a one … Continue reading

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Peer Review versus Censorship

Peer review is a time honored system whereby fellow scientists test each other’s data to insure they are both credible and reproducible. It is the gold standard upon which all scientific works should be based. It makes sense because it … Continue reading

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Cancer as a Criminal Entity

What exactly is cancer? I’ve discussed this topic before in a variety of ways but thought it might be useful to bring it up again during the new year. Most everyone knows that cancer is runaway cell growth. At its … Continue reading

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