PHI210 Human Attraction to Pseudoscience Discussion

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Examine some key reasons why people might seem attracted to pseudoscience-type claims.

Describe at least two (2) such claims that you have heard people make and analyze the main reasons why such claims do or do not meet rigorous scientific methodology standards.

Determine at least two (2) ways in which the material discussed this week has changed your own thinking.

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Human Attraction to Pseudoscience
Pseudoscience is everywhere in the present world. Pseudoscience attracts some of the
people with a lack of critical thinking, watching more television, and fear of science as well
as a person's education as some of the reasons for attraction. There is also the belief that
people have on false sciences that make them feel good and would, therefore, be attracted to
them because it is comforting...

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