A number of self-proclaimed PCR experts are attempting to have the first scientific article describing a PCR test for the coronavirus withdrawn. A look at their arguments and at their background.
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The Basra Reed Warbler Case
The participants of a recent symposium on complainants who seem to abuse procedures for research integrity to frustrate unwanted research had only one example in mind. The complainant in question was not heard. Read this interview for his side of this story.
Ronald Bernard of the B of Joy on Child Sacrifices and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion
Without any proof whatsoever, Dutchman Ronald Bernard tells about his former career as a financial specialist for a dark elite of Luciferians, claims he was invited to child sacrifices, and encourages to read the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the antisemitic hoax.
No Clues for Negative effects of Wi-Fi on Trees According to Wageningen University
In 2010 results from a small experiment indicated that there might be negative effects of Wi-Fi on the health of trees. Follow-up research with more trees and over a longer period of time doesn’t give any such clues.
Philip Stein Sleep Bracelet – Expensive Placebo
A company in luxury goods is selling its products with a lot of pseudoscientific nonsense. Celibrities and airliner KLM help promoting it.
Vi-Aqua – Turning Water into Snake Oil
The Irish Independent promotes pseudo-scientific water woo
So, why did we survive December 21st 2012?
News from some blogs may help us understand why the world didn’t end on Friday December 21st 2012.
The Photography Tricks of Robbert van den Broeke
Dutch medium Robbert van den Broeke rose to fame in the Netherlands in the early 2000’s with his discovery of crop circles and contacts with deceased people. He made his appearance in several programmes on national TV. In 2005 he was exposed as a fraud by Rob Nanninga, board member of the Dutch Skeptical foundation Skepsis, […]
About the study on effects of the workplace smoking ban in the Netherlands and what is wrong with it
A Dutch study shows a significant decrease of sudden circulatory arrests after implementation of a working place smoking ban, but doesn’t explain the big increase before the ban.
Automotive Ecology wins award with bogus technology
December last year I wrote a blog on kloptdatwel.nl on so called HHO-generators. These generators are meant to be built into your car and will produce a hydrogen-oxygen mixture via electrolysis. This explosive mixture (in Dutch we call it ‘knalgas‘) is used to enrich the diesel or gas your car uses. From the generator it […]