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Oxford English Dictionary:
A spurious or pretended science; a branch of knowledge or a system of beliefs mistakenly regarded as based on scientific method or having the status of scientific truth.
Focuses exclusively on false and misleading scientific claims that are made by partisans to influence public policy.
This magazine has articles and regular columns that discuss and evaluate various controversial and extraordinary claims.
The video below will review the criteria and process for finding and evaluating information sources for research projects.
Oxford English Dictionary: Science
A branch of study that deals with a connected body of demonstrated truths or with observed facts systematically classified and more or less comprehended by general laws, and incorporating trustworthy methods for the discovery of new truth in its own domain.
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