Why Objective Science is Not Compatible with Subjective Social Norms and Thinking

Jun 10, 2016 @ 4:30 AM ET By Ben Alonzo 0 Comments

Do we change objective science to align with our subjective social norms and ideas by picking and choosing only the parts we like, or do we change our social norms and ideas to align with supportive science? Historically, it was objective science that solved critical problems, like disease outbreak, and greatly improved our lives. One ….read more

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The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season, Disease Risk, and Climate Change Challenges

Jun 04, 2016 @ 3:50 PM ET By Ben Alonzo 1 Comment

Atmospheric Science: “It’s only a matter of time before Florida has its next major hurricane and preparedness is much more than just food, flashlights, and batteries. Because of climate change, Florida and the Gulf states are already at increased risk of vector-borne diseases. These are noteworthy challenges to our first responders, pregnant women, and elderly ….read more

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The Basics about Humans, Global Warming, Climate Change, Climate Denial, and Solutions

Apr 26, 2016 @ 3:45 PM ET By Ben Alonzo 1 Comment

Earth’s climate is an awesome web of complex interactions between biotic and abiotic factors. Understanding why scientists are so alarmed about climate change (and human involvement) will help you understand why you should also be concerned. There are climate deniers that seem to focus on already debunked (unscientific) opinions, while ignoring the rest of the ….read more

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Severe Weather Awareness Month 2016

Feb 15, 2016 @ 11:38 PM ET By Ben Alonzo 0 Comments

Meteorology – Severe weather can destroy your house and the lives of thousands in just seconds. Educating yourself about severe weather and how to be prepared could mean the difference between life and death. Schools and businesses across the US are participating in severe weather awareness events this February and March 2016. Are you educated ….read more

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Psychiatry and Psychology’s Epidemic of Junk Science, Overprescription, Misdiagnosis, Subjectivity, and Pharma Marketing

Sep 26, 2015 @ 9:32 PM ET By Ben Alonzo 5 Comments

Health Science: Recent scientific research, top scientists, court cases, and whistleblowers have highlighted how a large portion of the psychiatry and psychology industry propagates unscientific research findings, continues to use subjective diagnosis procedures, overprescribes unnecessary and potentially dangerous drugs, misleads patients, creates made-up mental health disorders as a way to generate billions of capital for ….read more

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