Re: Too much pseudoscience on the Net
Fri, 17 Jan 1997 15:36:40 GMT

Here is the one lots of people seem to use, though you probably
already know about it. And before anyone falls off that high horse
they're on, just remember some would call archaeology pseudoscience.

On Fri, 17 Jan 1997 13:11:46 GMT, (Ed Conrad)

>On Sat, 04 Jan 1997, Jakob Ulmschneider
><> wrote
>to sci.archaeology:
>>Can anyone tell me the web sites of *serious* archeology online
>>magazines or else ? I am interested in many archeological topics and
>>although I am not in the field I find it very painful to search for this
>>kind of information on the www. What really displeases me is that
>>pseudoscience outnumbers real science by 10 to 1.
>>Jakob Ulmschneider
> ~~~~~~~~~~~
>I tend to agree with you.
>However, I think your estimate is much too conservative, certainly
>when it comes to the monumental topic of man's origin and antiquity.
>Personally, I figure pseudoscience outnumbers real science by 100 --
>maybe 1,000 -- to 1.
>Fortunately, those odds don't seem to bother Ted Holden and me.
>We assure you we'll keep fighting pseudoscience and pseudoscientists
>until we're old and gray.