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"Smart enough to know better," isn't really true.

The skeptic's position is not that nothing can be known, it is that nothing can be known completely. Human senses are limited. We can perceive only a fraction. We rely on technology to improve upon our perception, although what our machines do is to gather input and convert it to a format our senses can use. There is always room for doubt because there may be unknown factors that we are as yet unable to perceive. To avoid the fallacy of appeal to ignorance, we rely on scientific methods to form, test, and revise hypotheses and theories about perceived phenomena.


Stop giving such people a platform to spew their hatred at the expense of the lives they take to get it. 

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Pseudoscience in a bottle folks, step right up...

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The World Health Organization has released a report, detailing some alarming findings in regard to antibiotic resistance.

"The report makes a clear case that resistance to common bacteria has reached alarming levels in many parts of the world and that in some settings, few, if any, of the available treatments options remain effective for common infections."

Read more from WHO and see an info graphic within:

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Fake science journals publish for a fee:
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