- From science + -y. (Wiktionary)
“It more urban supernatural fantasy with "sciencey" explanations than SF, but that is fine.”
“One of the reasons we see so much "sciencey" garbage in the news is because advertising standards do not allow products to be sold making dubious scientific claims, so they target newspapers (with stupid equations, "Boffins discover cure for x, y, z" etc.).”
“I guess writing a footnote about this would have been too 'sciencey' for them, lowering the truthiness to unacceptable levels.”
“No matter how funny we think this is, the sad part is that it's all cloaked in "sciencey" sounding jargon, which can unfortunately mislead the large number of illiterate people out there in American culture.”
“No, no, you've got it wrong: downloaded articles just aren't as 'sciencey' as the original paper versions.”
“If this last seems counterintuitive, then such upturning of expectations is exactly what Goldacre wants us to be aware of when reading of 'sciencey' claims in the media and advertising.”
“There is just enough nerd factor in these books to make them sciencey, and there is just enough of a fabulous story to make them fictioney.”
“From what I read about this (mostly on business-related sites, not very high-level sciencey stuff), the process seems to be as follows.”
“And for all those random sciencey applications for habitat [...]”
“The more whining that goes on, the more people get intrigued by the very thing the sciencey-types are so frightened of …”
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