Hello! This week I went to a panel discussion on junk science policy as a part of the Conference on World Affairs going on at CU this week. What a great talk! The four panelists discussed why companies and governments benefit and fund junk science, argued that junk science includes ignored science (ie studies of the consequences of our habits on the environment), and made clear how important it is to know your audience in trying to spread truth and encourage accurate education.

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