Why people believe in a ‘plandemic’ – The Washington Post

A better strategy: Building a more informed public.   If ever a person should have a good B.S. detector, one might think it would be Arthur Conan Doyle. His deathless creation, Sherlock Holmes, is perhaps the most compelling rationalist ever born. Others fall prey to confusion, coincidence, prejudice or wishful thinking. Not Holmes. The great …

NRL stands down two anti-vaxxers amid government pressure | 7NEWS.com.au

The NRL has blocked two players from taking part in the upcoming season after they refused flu shots and incensed state governments.   The NRL has stood down three players from the Gold Coast Titans after they refused the flu shot and incensed state governments. It is understood the players are Nathan Peats, Brian Kelly …

Autism One: As quacky as it ever was | ScienceBlogs | Circa May 2015

Once again, the yearly autism quackfest known as Autism One is fast approaching. In fact, it will begin in Chicago tomorrow: five days of "autism biomed" quackery and antivaccine pseudoscience. Ever since the Great Schism in the autism antivaccine quackery community, which severed Generation Rescue from Autism One and ended Jenny McCarthy's run of being the keynote …

Dr. Joseph Mercola Ordered to Stop Illegal Claims | Quackwatch | Circa Aug 2019

Joseph Mercola, D.O., who practices in Schaumburg, Illinois, also operates one of the Internet’s largest and most trafficked health information sites. Since 2012, Mercola has stated that his site has over 300,000 pages and is visited by “millions of people each day” and that his electronic newsletter has over one million subscribers [1]. The site …