To be anti-academical does not necessarily mean to be anti-scientific. Quite to the contrary.
Nowadays, to be adacemical often means to be corrupt and pesudoscientific. It means to be the slave of the institutions and formal rules that are suppressing free thought and rigorous thinking.
Also, to rely on the mainstream media means to be an intellectual victim of the establishment media propaganda and the owners of that media, who are cooperating with the governments.
To be scientific, however, means to be intellectually honest and objective, neutral or, at least, to publicly declare one’s ideological intentions.
To be scientific also means to be sceptical or agnostic – to openly admit what is known and what is not, what is proved and what is unproved.
This site has been created by philosopher Jüri Eintalu (Tallinn, Estonia) in May 2020.