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  • n. That which is unscientific or pseudoscientific.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Want of science or knowledge; ignorance.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Lack of knowledge; ignorance.


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un- +‎ science


  • I wrote about the decline of science education in the US, as well the rise of "unscience" and our growing struggle to compete with China in terms of real innovation.

    ZDNet News - News Page One

  • By what standard are you ruling something to be a science or unscience?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 4. On a Bus in Kiev

  • The unscience of "intelligent design" gets a Pennsylvania court date.

    Philocrites: Religion news is everywhere these days.

  • Ultimately the point -- or the points -- were that the matrix Colin designed to measure push suggested "Switch" would reach more unscience-y reader than the other stories did. link's broken -- so can't trace its doings.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • We're falling behind in science and technology because too few are willing to drastically change their approaches to teaching, fund schools to hire the best and brightest (regardless of educational background), or provide serious teacher training and development to move into a new era of instruction. unscience (seriously, click the link - listen to what Kirk Cameron has to say … oh boy) to end and it's time for our education in hard skills to be so fundamentally rigorous that we can focus some more on those soft skills that China is aggressively pursuing.

    Education IT


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  • (noun) - The absence of science, or knowledge; ignorance; Chaucer. --Robert Hunter's Encyclopædic Dictionary, 1894

    April 22, 2018