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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Antiscience automatically means that society may receive a skewed version of science like those on climate change or evolution.
Egge is not overly troubled about the antiscience rhetoric bandied about by some potential members of President-elect Trump's administration.
The result was a feeling that modern science had become defined by theories that undermined biblical faith; by the 1920s, an antiscience, especially antievolutionary, movement was sweeping through many parts of the nation.
The Supreme Court's reversal of its Bt talong ban shows encouragingly that antiscience misinformation does not always win the day.
Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout is Patrick Moore's 2010 expose of how he "became a sensible environmentalist," while "Greenpeace became increasingly senseless as it adopted an agenda that is antiscience, antibusiness, and downright antihuman.
Third, a widespread antiscience sentiment in the United States, along with the degradation of well-reasoned civic discourse, is a risk to the AMS and society in general.
Demetrious' shorthand version is vulnerable to being misread as evincing an antiscience bias.
This critique demonstrates the paradoxical antiscience of Scientific American magazine, implicating poor leadership and demonstrating irresponsible behavior toward its readership and the public.
The Alsops blamed Oppenheimer's ordeal on the vindictive Strauss and part of an antiscience, anti-intellectual crusade waged by air force "zealots" who mistrusted Oppenheimer's opposition to their doctrine of strategic attacks using atomic weapons.
Much has been written lately about religious and antiscience (or at least junk science) aspects of vaccine refusal.
Raising these issues poses another problem: Criticizing the scientific process can be seen as giving an opening to antiscience factions looking for reasons to plant doubt in the public mind.