Here’s How Your Beliefs Are Linked To Different Types Of Science Denial | IFLScience

 There’s nothing wrong with being skeptical. There is, however, a difference between skeptical claims without substantial evidence to back them up, and being a skeptic on vaccines or human-driven climate change.

Both are backed up by a gigantic mountain of facts, so why are certain groups of people still keen to rally against them? A new study gives a clue…

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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Doctors uncover link between children getting measles and their parents being morons

    As the UK lost its ‘measles-free’ designation from the World Health Organisation, doctors have discovered a link between children who get measles and the likelihood of their parents being gullible simpletons.

    Dr Simon Williams told us, “It’s a sad indictment of the nation’s parenting skills that hundreds of thousands of them are too dim to realise they are risking their child’s health by not getting them vaccinated.


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