Why do some people turn to pseudoscience, and why are they so hard to pry away from it?
Romania has a lesson for the entire world.
Companies are employing water witchery. To find water. In modern UK.
Nibiru just won’t go away. At least in the minds of some people.
Set, Game, and Match, flat-earthers!
I don’t need any food, the universe feeds me. Yeah…
While there is a full scientific consensus that homeopathy is a pseudoscience many people still believe in it.
Her short career was absolutely remarkable – before she was 20, Haruko Obokata was accepted into the science department at Tokyo’s Waseda University, but that was only the beginning. Then she studied at Harvard University in what was supposed to be a half-year program, but advisers were so impressed with her research, they asked her stay longer. It was there that her
Dragan Djuric and Boris Delibasic, two professors of FON (Faculty of Organizational Sciences), along with advisor Stevica Radisic deliberately published a nonsensical, fictional article in the Romanian magazine “Metalurgia International” in order to draw attention on the massive production of quasi-scientific works by Serbian professors which are published in dubious magazines. The work Their “scientific” work was titled “Evaluation of