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Have you noticed that the more science coverage you watch on the news, the more confused and less informed you feel? It's not just you. It's a symptom of a much bigger problem.
How do we shake people out of the cozy realities they tend to build for themselves online?
Unsurprisingly, bin Ladens death immediately spawned a raft of conspiracy theories around what really happened in Abbottabad.
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.
Panic about social media ruining kids' minds is just another in a long line of panics created by older generations intimidated by new technology.
When you spend your days fear-mongering and creating imaginary existential threats, is it any wonder if violence breaks out as a consequence?
The good news is that we have a growing skeptical movement. The bad news is that we actually need one...
Cramming science into a fashion magazine didn't seem to work last year so naturally, GQ is going to try it again.
It's been a busy week for conspiracy theorists and cautionary tales for those who believe in them.