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Neuroscience > Your brain on pseudoscience: the rise of popular neurobollocks

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message 1: by Todd (new)

Todd Johnson (todd534) | 2 comments Though some people here might enjoy this http://www.newstatesman.com/culture/b... if they hadn't seen it.


message 2: by Pippa (new)

Pippa (pippa222) | 2 comments Thanks Todd. Love the New Statesman, but didn't get this one. :)


message 3: by Heather (new)

Heather Interesting article. Thanks, Todd!


message 4: by Andrew (last edited Nov 07, 2012 03:28AM) (new)

Andrew Langridge (andlan) Very entertaining article, while pointing to some very important philosophical issues surrounding neuroscience.


message 5: by Numey (new)

Numey Alshareif (nmey1999) | 1 comments Todd wrote: "Though some people here might enjoy this http://www.newstatesman.com/culture/b... if they hadn't seen it."

I like it, thank you for sharing it with us :)


message 6: by Omar (new)

Omar Manejwala (drmanejwala) | 4 comments Fantastic. I'm interested in works that expose this sort of "neurorealism." great find, Todd.


message 7: by Blaine (new)

Blaine Snow | 1 comments Hilarious and much-needed statement on yet another popularization of the enterprise of science. Despite the fun Poole makes of these authors, at least they're promoting good science as opposed to those who are twisting science for their own anti-science ends such as the intelligent design writers. It's one thing to be a popularizer, another to be an Orwellian.


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