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>new study shows
> scientists claim that...
>discovered a cure for cancer
>____ not as _____ as we first thought
>Promising new drug
> ...planned for 2032
>minimal side effects
> public surveys discovered that...
>won a nobel prize
>beyond any reasonable doubt
>The IPCC is warning that the world...
>new study will change the way you look at ... forever.
>new state of matter has been discovered
>[enormous scientific breakthrough]
>never hear about it again
>the ipcc claims that
Don't even know the point of this meme thread but peer review means that reviewers will take responsibility when the article was published and it was actually horse shit.
>reviewers will take responsibility
Possiblr correlation between ___ and cancer.
>10 reasons why water is killing you
>findings may yield insight that could help researchers design better drugs
>X is a special case of Y
>X damages Y cells
>X will cure cancer
Peer Review Faults:
- Expectation Bias
- Argumentum ad Populum
- Argumentum Verecundiam
- Circular Reporting
Self Public Faults:
- Confirmation Bias
- Cherry Picking
- Personal Incredulity
- Personal Induction
- Existential Error
- False Attribution Bias
- False Dilemma
- Argument from Ignorance
- Presumption of False Consensus
- Argument from Silence
- Argumentum ad Nauseum
- Hasty Generalizations
- Professional Narcissism
You're right, we should trust everything peer reviewed ever.
No matter how horseshit it sounds
wait, you're retarded
user there are lots of peer reviewed garbage about quantum mechanics which sounds crazier than that guy from ancient aliens on DMT. Peer review only means its been approved by two alike minds, which unfortunately doesn't guarantee of them not being nutjobs, shills, scammer or actual scientists.
>Number 1 dentist recommended
> 87% of people agree that...
hey guys, don't mind me, just posting this revolutionary new way to make semiconductors
no need to confirm it works, trust me, it does
also pls gib grants am rockstar now
We need to replace every single road in american with
i will say this though
I went to an urgent care and the doctor prescribed me a drug claiming multiple times
>It has no side-effects
>sister is a pharm student
>checks S/A on the drug
>impotence is a S/A
Fucking Kek. I wonder if i can sue her for misinformation.
I might do it. The bitch made me wait for fucking 3hrs just to see her for a less than 15 minute consult/exam. Literally claimed 5-6 times it has no S/A so I always start with it.
Not a hope in hell. Is it in writing? Don't you think the justice system is not full of dodgy chancers making up lies? Wind yer neck in ya muppet.