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The Involvement of Conspiracist Ideation in Science Denial

There is growing evidence that rejection of science is often linked to the propensity to engage in conspiratorial thinking. Sometimes this can be observed even in the public response to research that identifies conspiratorial thinking. Read More

Psychological projection

He has got to be joking. Lewandowsky published a paper based on flawed methodology, sloppy statistics, inadequate controls, systemic sampling bias and logical fallacies. He got taken to task for his poor science and he is now calling all of his critics conspiracy theorists? I think Lewandowsky would do well to re-study the psychological principle of projection.

The beauty of recursive paranoia

Cue the denialist idjits with their conspiracy theories in 5, 4, 3, 2...

Published a paper?

I would just like to correct the first comment. Lewandowsky's paper, 'NASA faked the moon landing|Therefore (Climate) Science is a Hoax', has never been published and I doubt it ever will be.

I'm sure it's all part of a conspiracy against him though.

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Stephan Lewandowsky, Ph.D., is a Winthrop Professor, School of Psychology, at the University of Western Australia. more...

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