antiscience

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antiscience

(ˌæntɪˈsaɪəns)
adj
opposed to science or scientific method
n
the opposition to science or scientific method
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Researchers at Cambridge last year found that briefly exposing people to tactics used by fake news producers can act as a "psychological vaccine" against bogus anti-science campaigns.
Beneath a veneer of democracy, we see the authoritarian rule that oversees decreasing wages, anti-science and climate-change denialism, a dying public education system, and expanding prisons and military--all powered by a phony populism seething with centuries of racism that never went away.
The introduction of the legislation came days after President Donald Trump gave an interview which again revealed his anti-science agenda and ignorance of climate science.
An anti-science bill filed in the Florida legislature concerns critics, who say it is designed to open the door to creationism in public schools.
She calls out the anti-science, anti-democratic move by Rep.
And thanks to Trump's electoral victory, know-nothing, anti-science conservatives are now running the US government.
In a time when the president of the United States has deliberately chosen anti-science appointees to head key science oriented and/or dependent federal agencies (such as a climate change denier to be in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency), "Not a Scientist" is an urgently required and unreservedly recommended addition to both community and academic library Political Science collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
It seems the only folks left attacking fracking are puppets of the anti-science, anti-American Russian propaganda machine.
Climate-conscious US states (such as California or Washington) may challenge climate-denying Federal governments (such as the anti-science Trump administration that just scrapped the Paris Accord).
5-Star is riding the wave of disinformation, nourishing fear and favouring a position that is anti-science and dangerous for the whole community," said Federico Gelli, a deputy from the ruling Democratic Party.
Trump has proven unpopular with many in his first 100 days of office, particularly for its apparent anti-science agenda.
Less than a week in office, US President Donald Trump has intensified his anti-science and anti-people moves.