Re: Too much pseudoscience on the Net
J Shearer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
19 Jan 1997 11:41:38 GMT
email@example.com (Gilgamesh) writes: >
> >>On Sat, 04 Jan 1997, Jakob Ulmschneider
> >> wrote
> >>>pseudoscience outnumbers real science by 10 to 1.
> Ed Conrad wrote:
> >>Personally, I figure pseudoscience outnumbers real science by 100 --
> >>maybe 1,000 -- to 1.
> The only true application of science is asking questions.
> Regardless of what they are, or the outcome,
> a question is always good science.
> Ovni Catalyst
This is a perfect example of "Sturgeon's Law" (Theodore Sturgeon, the
Science Fiction writer): 90 % of everything is crap! Yeah, 10 to 1. Jan