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  • The goal, clearly, is to take the luster off the phrase "peer-reviewed" -- to undermine claims like "There are no articles in peer-reviewed journals suggesting that Intelligent Design is a viable alternative to evolution."

    Karl Giberson, Ph.D: Why Evangelicals Are Fooled Into Accepting Pseudoscience

  • While I encourage all investors to read articles that companies publish in scientific journals -- they're peer-reviewed, which is more than you can say about data in press releases -- in the case of perifosine's phase 2 data, it may not do much to help predict the likelihood of a positive phase 3 trial.

  • Public exposure of a handful of snarky emails exchanged by British climatologists proved for time eternal that all of the so-called "peer-reviewed findings" and "scientific consensus" that the Earth is warming as a result of human activity were a cruel hoax.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • A Climate of Doubt about Global Warming, Env.Sci. 7, 213 (2000), is not a peer-reviewed article.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • He publishes papers in peer-reviewed literature, writes opinion pieces in newspapers, and his take on climate change is well known thanks to the mainstream press.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • I bet if chunkdz, Bradford, et al. looked through the alarmists 'peer-reviewed papers, there'd be similar findings.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • BIO-Complexity is a peer-reviewed scientific journal with a unique goal.

    2010 May - Telic Thoughts

  • This fraudulent claim was not based on scientific research or peer-reviewed.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • AfricaGate – The IPCC claim that rising temperatures could cut in half agricultural yields in African countries turns out to have come from a 2003 paper published by a Canadian environmental think tank – not a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • The IPCC cited not peer-reviewed literature, but advocacy articles by Greenpeace, the publicity-hungry advocacy group, as its sole source for this claim.

    About: Blinded by Science

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