This morning in the New York Times, Justin Gillis pens an interesting piece about Naomi Oreskes (at Harvard since 2013) and who, with Erik Conway, has been looking into the "Merchants of Doubt" who have denied the science of various phenomena, from tobacco to global warming. Light shed her on the pseudo-science that makes it onto TV and into the popular media more generally, and which often wins out against the real science. Oreskes and Conway published a book (2010) on the topic; a film is forthcoming.
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