Let me answer by providing the context in the form of my professional background. I’ve been an investigative
science journalist since the early 1980s, focusing on controversial science and what physicists call “pathological science”, or the “science of things that aren’t so.” In the early 1990s I began focusing on research in public health, in large part because it didn’t live up to the strict requirements that I had learned from my previous investigations were absolutely necessary for the establishment of reliable knowledge – the key word being “reliable.”
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