Epigenetics isn’t what quacks think it is; as it joins the ranks of ‘quantum healing’, here’s a reminder that science is always more complicated than that.
Tag: skeptical inquiry
The pseudoscience of graphology | Day 203
I have been challenged to writing a blog post by hand. I did, and I wrote it about the silly character analysis tool that is graphology.
Skepticism is not enough | Day 106
We all cherish our beliefs, because they help define who we are. Skeptical inquiry may challenge those beliefs, and can thus come across as an attitude that lacks compassion and empathy.
Let the experiment decide | Day 104
Let’s go back to that weight loss tea I was discussing yesterday. After questioning your friend B a little more about it, you also learnt that the company’s website claims something about 9 out of 10 women having a result after four weeks of tea consumption. Great, they used science! No, not so fast. How … Continue reading Let the experiment decide | Day 104