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A philosophy described by Nobel laureate Murray Gell-Mann as ‘the dissociation of belief from evidence’
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This natural philosophy, which had been put aside by exact science, is at present being dragged out by pseudoscientists from the junkroom which harbors such failings of the human mind, and is dressed up in modern fashion and rouged freshly like a whore whom one tries to smuggle into good society where she does not belong.
economy with incredibly complex and expensive environmental regulations, based on the unsubstantiated ravings of pseudoscientists in headlong pursuit of research funding.
Aging research, until quite recently, has been predominantly the domain of pseudoscientists and quacks.
A lot of the pseudoscientists today would say, uh-uh, we mustn't follow Snow's work until we find out exactly what it is all due to and how it works.
Marcello has always had a friendly, at times admiring, attitude toward pseudoscientists and psychic con artists.
Everyday irrationality: How pseudoscientists, lunatics and the rest of us systematically fail to think rationally.
Shermer calls attention to the use of nonoperationalized and merely scientific-sounding phrases by many pseudoscientists (p.