Junk Science

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A popular term for a poorly performed study that reaches sweeping, and possibly erroneous, conclusions, despite weaknesses in methods for collecting and analysing the data
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Milloy runs a website (JunkScience.com); he is a lawyer and author.
As for the news media requesters with more than 5 requests, MuckRock News, (257) a site that publishes records obtained through public records requests, led with 33 requests; EnergyWire/E&E Publishing, an online news site for environmental and energy news matters, followed with 17 requests; then Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group, with 14; the Center for Investigative Reporting with 12; the Associated Press with 12; Reuters with 10; the Washington Examiner with 9; The Hill with 9; the Huffington Post with 9; ProPublica with 8; Junkscience.com with 7; and the Wall Street Journal with 6.
Milloy of Junkscience.com, Senator James Inhofe, and Competitive Enterprise Institute founder Fred Smith).
The editor of Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) refused a request by Steve Milloy of JunkScience.com to withdraw a paper based on one such study and conduct an investigation.
American Tradition Institute senior fellow; produces JunkScience.com
With global warmin gaining political currency, Borelli soon hooked up with Steve Milloy--a well-known climate-change denier, Fox News commentator, and founder of JunkScience.com--to launch the Free Enterprise Action Fund, a mutual fund whose investments were designed to further their anti-regulatory agenda.
Steve Milloy at junkscience.com is offering $500,000 prize money to win a debate on Bob Doppelt's favorite subject, global warming.
When asked why environmentalists were promoting compact fluorescent lightbulbs even though they contain mercury, conference speaker Steven Milloy, publisher of Junkscience.com, said it was because green groups want the mercury to leak out ...
Climate naysayers the Heartland Institute and JunkScience.com had sour takes on this unwanted outcome.
Are you familiar with the Web site junkscience.com?
The site JunkScience.com, funded by corporations, became the foundation of denial.