What constitutes “bad science”?


Bad science comes in the form of the media’s frequent misreporting and exaggeration of the results of scientific studies; laws and regulations being devised based on selective interpretation of data; and even plain fabrication and fraud in advertising and industry.

Bad science (sometimes called “pseudoscience”) also describes claims that are made using scientific jargon or presented as being scientific, but in reality lack support and plausibility or are untestable.

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