You may have heard in passing or in other media how the peer review process has been undermined by the academic left. But what was always missing were examples. Phillip Magness who is an economist and public policy expert with the American Institute for Economic Research gives a concrete example meticulously demonstrating how the left’s… Read More Peer Review Destroyed By Political Academics
Climatologist Judith Curry weighed in on her blog yesterday expressing her frustrations with the politicization of science. Most of what Dr. Curry says is very true and, in an ideal world, it would be best to let scientists research free from political interference. Unfortunately, it is difficult for people not to let their values or… Read More Climatologist: Science and Politics Shouldn’t Mix
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has published an editorial entitled Dying in a Leadership Vacuum calling on the present leadership of the United States to be voted out due to their alleging the coronavirus crisis into being turned into a tragedy resulting from alleging inept and corrupt practices. It states (in part): “The… Read More NEJM: Vote Out “Leaders” of the United States
Climate alarmists say they love peer review. Tony Heller does that and demonstrates how well it works.
People have been imagining climate change for as long as people have occupied this planet. As scientist and author Tony Heller points out, climate alarmists imagine themselves to be sophisticated, yet they suffer from the same primitive superstitions which humans have always suffered from.
The scientific journal Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry is set to retract a manuscript that has been denounced as anti-vaccine pseudoscience. According to Retraction Watch the study was conducted by University of British Columbia scientists Christopher Shaw and Lucija Tomljenovic. The manuscript is about the effects of aluminum adjuvants in vaccines on the immune response in… Read More Science journal to retract study with “anti-vaccine pseudoscience”
A new study published in the December 18th issue of Environmental Health Perspectives states that women in their third trimester of pregnancy increase the risk of their child being autistic is exposed to high levels of particulate matter or air pollution. Bloomberg reports that researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health came to this… Read More Study: Air pollution linked to autism