But the man has a microphone and a camera, and in the world today–that’s better than competence, that’s notoriety and fame.
Category Archives: Junk scientists
Last week’s article provided a bit of historical perspective on how the elites could be so wrong for so long on dietary matters. Also included was one comment from Rep. Collin Peterson (D-MN), at the recent House Committee On Agriculture Hearing On 2015 Dietary Guidelines For Americans, which featured this put-down: “I just want you to understand from my constituents, most of them don’t believe this stuff anymore. You have lost your credibility with a lot of people, and they are just flat-out ignoring this stuff.”
This writer says scientists are unfairly attacked–but I would suggest that scientists who become advocates and are guilty of fraud should be exposed.
Tom Coburn has been exposing federal gov spending excesses for years.
This report on the EPA provides stunning information on the gravy train was tweeted by Milloy today, but deserves addition mention and a wider audience.
Stan, a PhD in Stats and Genetics, and his associates, continue the discussion on biases in research on populations but other observational studies too. Stan recognizes the data mining biases and talks about them.