In this article for Aeon, popular-science author Jim Baggott talks about how it has become hard for lay people to distinguish real science from pseudosciences because many scientists make outrageous claims that have no empirical bases. Baggott says that falsifiability is no longer the criteria for identifying a study as a real scientific research, but asserts that there are clear empirical signifiers of what is scientific and what is not.
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