Junk Science [VIDEO]

Contributing to the rise of misinformation, junk science is defined as untested or unproven when presented as scientific fact. It could be the result of a poorly designed study published in a predatory science journal, or a journalist cherry-picking data and overstepping results in a well-designed study to publish something influenced by confirmation bias.

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