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The House Science and Technology Committee continues to plunge deeper and deeper into denialism and inanity.
Amazingly, professional global warming and climate change denialists are not doing what they're doing out of the goodness of their hearts...
Playing peekaboo with weather and mistaking it for climate across the entire planet is really not something to advertise publicly...
Believe it or not, there's a growing group of people trying to cherry-pick a medical case that obesity isn't bad for you.
In response to a lengthy presentation debunking his claims, Christopher Monckton did the only thing he knows how to do: throw a massive tantrum.
Michael Fitzpatrick's bold new idea for combatting denialism and attacks on scientific fact: pretend denialists always argue in good faith and don't call them out on their denialism.
When it comes to science denial and illiteracy, the media is one of the biggest source of bad information and misleading opinions.
Despite decades of experiments and mountains of evidence, there are still activists who refuse to believe HIV causes AIDS. And they have blood on their hands.