Science & Society
- Fact Checking Christopher Nolan's 'Oppenheimer'
Unless you hate movies, you know this weekend was "Barbenheimer"- two highly regarded, very different films were on track to smash some records. And they did. "Barbie" did over $150 million while "Oppenheimer" did $80 million, ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Jul 27 2023 - 7:17pm
- In 2023, Coming Out Is Still Complicated, And Not Just Because Of Straight Family Members
With historically high levels of LGBTQ2+ visibility, hardly a TV show exists where no matter how small the character list, someone isn't a sexual minority, a new paper says that coming out can still mean drama- even from those inside the LGBTQ2+ commu ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Aug 3 2023 - 10:09am
- Canadians Should Fund Transgender Surgery
In the field of gender-affirming care for the LBGTQ+ community, there are drastic solutions- controversial if it involves those unable to grant real informed consent- but there are also therapeutic benefits to minimally invasive procedures, write a group i ...
Article - News Staff - Aug 15 2023 - 10:13am
- Aspartame Doesn't Cause Cancer- IARC Simply Went From Bad To Worse
Half a decade ago, France's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) tried to fight for its credibility in the face of a scientific onslaught against their latest epidemiology findings by actually lowering the "risk" of something. ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Aug 23 2023 - 2:16pm
- No Ticking Tax Bomb Due To Aging Population: The Intergenerational Report Is Less Scary Than You’ve Heard
What if nearly everything that’s been written about this month’s Intergenerational Report is wrong? I’ll explain. But first, here’s a sample of the headlines: “Young Australians at risk of a poorer future”, “Fewer workers to shoulder soaring income tax”, ...
Article - The Conversation - Sep 4 2023 - 12:24pm
- IARC Cures Cancer Using Photoshop: Fake Image Scandal Embroils Controversial French Group
A recent analysis of fake images titled WHO Cures Cancer In Photoshop shows that the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) may need more than just a new leader, because they remain stuck with an old problem; credibility. ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Sep 11 2023 - 12:39pm