science and technology leverages what we have learned into tangible products of the modern era, changing the ratio of work to leisure
while science and medicine improves the quality of life and span of life..
with inequality of access depending on one’s demographics and financial status.
which is related to education
making things up and claiming supernatural agency is not the basis for medicine nor government.
By extension, a snake oil salesman is someone who knowingly sells fraudulent goods or who is himself or herself a fraud, quack, charlatan, and the like.Snake oil – Wikiquote
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it is important to remember that the pharmacy industry is why truth in advertising laws were written,
The Dangerous Peanut-Allergy Drug the FDA Is Reviewing – The AtlanticA new, billion-dollar pharmaceutical to treat peanut allergies is up for approval. It’s simply peanut flour.www.theatlantic.com
Homeopathy sells dangerous lies to patientsAs a doctor, I lie to my patients every day. I’ll say “this won’t hurt a bit” before giving injections when, in fact, it does hurt (a bit). I’ll promise kids that if they stop crying and let me examine their ears, their mother will buy them a pony. These small lies are well intentioned, sometimes comical and instantly forgiven.www.smh.com.au
Not a molecule of sense – Homeopathy in GermanyA push to disabuse Germans of a homegrown form of quackerywww.economist.com
A brief history of homeopathyhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
1,800 Studies Later, Scientists Conclude Homeopathy Doesn’t Work | Smart News | Smithsonian
A major Australian study debunks homeopathy—againwww.smithsonianmag.com
then we really have to have fewer babies
Scientists Might Have Unintentionally Discovered How to Reverse Biological Ageing – Sputnik InternationalWhile trying to regenerate the thymus gland, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers might have found a solution to not only slowing down the ageing problem but actually reversing it, a new study claims.sputniknews.comShare (1)