Jump to follow-up This is a very important book. Buy it now (that link is to Waterstone’s Amazon don’t pay tax in the UK, so don’t use them). When you’ve read it, do something about it. The book has lots of suggestions about what to do. Stolen from badscience.net Peter Medawar, the eminent biologist, [...]
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September 25th, 2012 · 16 Comments
July 15th, 2009 · 14 Comments
Jump to follow-up It’s good to see the BMJ joining the campaign for free speech (only a month or two behind the blogs). The suing of Simon Singh for defamation by the British Chiropractic Association has stirred up a hornet’s nest that could (one hopes) change the law of the land, and destroy chiropractic altogether. [...]
November 11th, 2008 · 54 Comments
Jump to follow-up Today brings a small setback for those of us interested in spreading sensible ideas about science. According to a press release “The BMJ Group is to begin publishing a medical journal on acupuncture from next year, it was announced today (Tuesday 11 November 2008). This will be the first complementary medicine title [...]
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