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When you leave on a journey, would you rather use a map (one that may not be 100% accurate, but is regularly being checked and updated), or just a compass which in the past has proven to not work very well?
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Ayer un autor en Gizmodo, Matt Novak llamó la atención al hecho de que Jill Stein, la candidata a la presidencia de los Estados Unid0s… 2,468 more words
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This article was originally published on 20 November 2015 and is republished as part of the RM site update. I will finish the series by the end of the summer and hopefully have the book: Science in the Age of Stupid published early in 2017.
By Bill M. Murray, CAE, NCA, CEO
The latest coffee and health news continues to be overwhelmingly positive for coffee drinkers.
On June 15, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) concluded that it can no longer classify coffee as a “possible carcinogen.” In fact, coffee may have protective powers against liver and endometrial cancer (s… 368 more words
Last week’s condemnation of Greenpeace by 110 Nobel Laureates for being anti-science on GMOs did not come as any surprise to most people. The King of Mean Green uses bully tactics rather than science to force their lobbying position, using poor, often retracted studies as a basis to run ethically-challenged PR campaigns that fill consumers and brand managers with an equal balance of fear and loathing. 2,011 more words
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Heute veröffentlichte die Internationale Agentur für Krebsforschung (IARC) der Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) ihre Neubewertung für Kaffee. Hatte die Agentur Kaffee vor 25 Jahren noch als “möglicherweise krebserregend” (Gruppe 2B) klassifiziert, so wurde das Getränk heute runtergestuft zu “nicht klassifizierbar” (Gruppe 3). 515 more words