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  • adjective Alternative form of sciencey.

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Examples

  • Free will denialists all too frequently mask their metaphysics in sciency garb.

    2008 December - Telic Thoughts

  • Phil, with wife Kaja, is currently creating the gaslamp-era mad-sciency, which is pretty awesome except in one respect.

    Bully Says: Comics Oughta Be Fun!

  • Most of the time, the claimed "scientific evidence" is nothing of the sort - often, it's nonsense using "sciency" words to seem right.

    Science, pseudo-science and non-science

  • Instead of asking what's wrong with the questions, you should just ask why the questioners couldn't just look at the candidates websites and figure out for themselves where they stand on global warming, education, defense, and healthcare – rather than forming a liberal think tank to try and frame these questions all "sciency".

    14 Important Science Questions

  • Most of the time, the claimed "scientific evidence" is nothing of the sort - often, it's nonsense using "sciency" words to seem right.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Yet, others who know nothing about proper research or publication are suckered in by the fact that he applies "sciency" research to his claims "Oh, look, he did EDX spectroscopy on dust samples from the collapse!"

    "You may rest assured that I, and hundreds of supporters, will continue to contact you, by email, phone, and perhaps in-person requests...."

  • At what point does IC become just another "sciency" sounding bogus term / concept that was concocted by the agenda driven people behind ID?

    California Literary Review

  • At what point does IC become just another "sciency" sounding bogus term / concept that was concocted by the agenda driven people behind ID?

    California Literary Review

  • At what point does IC become just another "sciency" sounding bogus term / concept that was concocted by the agenda driven people behind ID?

    California Literary Review

  • It helps tune the ability to detect bullshit, especially when it comes to science and the "sciency" things the media loves to frighten and coerce you with.

    Nobrainer's Think Tank

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