Usually scientists label a claim as pseudoscience when the researchers don't follow the usual methods for obtaining and reporting evidence. Through his book, "Fake Science," Austin Ruse offers a much needed compendium of relevant rebuttals to the endless stream of liberally charged diatribe. From start to finish, "Fake Science" examines the hot-button topics that have been systematically fed to the American populous via the mass-media.
Utter moron — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 5, 2020. Musk is an outspoken ... The organization BioLogos, which advocates that Christians accept secular evolutionary claims, recently published an online essay entitled "How to Spot Fake Science."1 The not-too-subtle implication of the article is that Christians skeptical of 'consensus science' claims are being duped by pseudoscience.