Should scientific fraud be prosecuted as a crime?

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  • Kevin - 7 years ago

    Can anyone even imagine how many they would have to prosecute and jail, if we took a second look at the "risk" [emotional flatulence] of tobacco smoke [BMJ; Enstrom and Kabat], Freon [heavy gas] creating a hole in the Ozone layer [coincidental to the expatriation of DuPont patents]. Y2K [providing a groundless fear, if you don't buy new computers]. Fictitious Flu "pandemics" a plenty [to increase the capacity of drug companies should there ever be a real need] Global warming selling vapor ware technologies, that don't exist because mechanically they couldn't ever exist. Or selling carbon credits to license inaction, as a cost that only develops inflation and huge profits to the credit marketeers, who otherwise, would have to sell bridges and swampland.

    Science and medicine are far too attached to political and religious followings, developed before the "research" by advertising agency sound bites.

    So when is enough?

  • Larry - 7 years ago

    The 'researchers' who cooked the books on global warming should all go to jail. Never in the history of this planet has so much money been wasted because of fake/shoddy/fraudulent 'science.' The money spent on the grants for these people is wasted taxpayer dollars, and the mitigation schemes introduced by governments wasted trillions of taxpayer dollars.

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