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Newspapers are still on the warpath against bloggers and it's not working out for them.
Blaming porn for societal problems isn't exclusive to religious zealots.
NYT’s Virginia Heffernan seems shocked and appalled that popular science blogs aren't dry, purely academic exercises in summarizing scientific papers.
Skeptical bloggers are debating whether to out a troll whose fabrications fueled Chris Mooney's anti-atheist stories.
Turns out that one of the stories Chris Mooney used to build his case against angry atheists ruining science education for everyone was created out of thin air by a fabulist.
Whataboutism between science and religion in the media means only one thing: the writers simply don't understand science.
One would think a tabloid would at least be able to tell science from random nonsense. Not The Daily Mail.