IANS -- Ch 9 and 10
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"a scientific jury of peers,...is only human; it can have biases of its own, and it can fail to weigh all the evidence impartially" (149) IANS Exactly. How do we know that the reviewers may have the exact opposite views... Read More
IANS readings chapter 9: "CLAIMS THE SOUND TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, HEADLINES THAT PROMISE A QUICK FIX, DIRE WARNINGS OF DANGER ABOUT A SINGLE PRODUCT OR REGIMEN, SIMPLISTIC CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FROM A COMPLEX STUDY," and "ADVICE BASED ON STUDIES... Read More