The definition of conspiracy theory is systematically poorly handled even among many philosophers. To my mind, approximately the following short definition is appropriate: Conspiracy theory is a theory explaining some events, assuming that an individual or group of individuals or an organization, institution or state is (or was) conspiring — doing something secretly or hidingContinue reading “ONCE MORE ABOUT DEMAGOGUERY CONCERNING CONSPIRACY THEORIES”
The experts are warning that the uranium underground has become more active in Chernobyl.
UK scholars suggest suppressing dissent views in science to avoid cognitive bias.
Unfortunately, suppressing the arguments of one side of the dispute itself generates cognitive bias.
Governments Spreading the Coronavirus Forth-and-Back
Deigin’s article is illuminating. How chimeric viruses have been created, how they have escaped from the labs, whether their artificial creation can be detected. It is a must-read for everyone who discusses the possible origins of the present coronavirus pandemic. However, Deigin seems to keep in mind only Wuhan bio lab (or some other Chinese bio lab) andContinue reading “Yuri Deigin’s Article “Lab-Made? SARS-Cov-2…” forgets 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan”