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Clickbait punditry is selling a story about a study into male birth control whose participants wimped out. But that's not at all what happened...
When you spend your days fear-mongering and creating imaginary existential threats, is it any wonder if violence breaks out as a consequence?
Hyperventilating right wing conspiracy theories about climate science have inspired their less stable listeners to send a constant barrage of death threats and hate mail to climatologists.
Deepak Chopra's fluffy quantum creationist woo has a new imitator and he's ready to disappoint readers with a buzzword salad of an essay.
Dennis Sewell is back, and this time with an entire book lazily recycling the worst and most thoroughly debunked arguments against evolution and Darwin's work and impact on science.
British pundit Dennis Sewell is back to blame all the evils of the modern world on the discovery of gradual genetic change in living organisms.
Dinesh D’Souza's exploration of evidence for the afterlife is a feat of intellectual laziness and incuriosity.
Bill Donohue, a fire and brimstone polemicist with morals considered barbaric by 15th century standards, mouths off on Christians' duty to outbreed the secular and educated.
According to an anti-science demagogue, teaching evolution and being an atheist is banned by law.
A new study tried to link Facebook use to a decline in academic performance and Time goes overboard with its conclusions.