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Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.In this third and final part the conversation revolves around the validation and impact of scientific models, emphasizing that their predictive strength is the primary measure of their u...

Russell Berger

By Russell BergerIn October of 2023, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published Red meat intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in a prospective cohort study of United States females and males. It was authored by Walter Willett, a prominent professor of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan Schoo...

Malcolm Kendrick

By Malcolm KendrickA recent paper looked at a new method of calculating the future risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) - heart disease to you and me. It was called PREVENT (Predicting Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Events). The main finding was that using it “could greatly reduc...

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Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

July 15, 2024 article from The New York Times.Families pay thousands of dollars to store their children’s stem cells with the hope of a healthier future. But the cells are rarely useful, and sometimes contaminated."When Stacy Seaver was a sales representative for CBR, from 2018 to 2019, her bigges...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.In this third and final part the conversation revolves around the validation and impact of scientific models, emphasizing that their predictive strength is the primary measure of their u...

Russell Berger

By Russell BergerIn October of 2023, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published Red meat intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in a prospective cohort study of United States females and males. It was authored by Walter Willett, a prominent professor of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan Schoo...

Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

July 15, 2024 article from The New York Times.Families pay thousands of dollars to store their children’s stem cells with the hope of a healthier future. But the cells are rarely useful, and sometimes contaminated."When Stacy Seaver was a sales representative for CBR, from 2018 to 2019, her bigges...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.In this third and final part the conversation revolves around the validation and impact of scientific models, emphasizing that their predictive strength is the primary measure of their u...

Malcolm Kendrick

By Malcolm KendrickA recent paper looked at a new method of calculating the future risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) - heart disease to you and me. It was called PREVENT (Predicting Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Events). The main finding was that using it “could greatly reduc...

Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Russell Berger

By Russell BergerIn October of 2023, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published Red meat intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in a prospective cohort study of United States females and males. It was authored by Walter Willett, a prominent professor of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan Schoo...

Broken Science

April 17, 2024 article from The Guardian.The American Diabetes Association takes millions from companies that stand to profit from our reliance on drugs. Is that affecting their guidance?.“Numerous nutritional studies have shown that diabetes can be reversed through a strict diet low in carbohydra...

Greg Glassman

In March 2020, while still serving as CrossFit CEO, Greg Glassman deliverd a version of a talk he had delivered during grand rounds at medical schools around the country. Greg Glassman divides various common causes of death into five categories: chronic, microbic, genetic, kinetic, or toxic. The chr...

Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.In this third and final part the conversation revolves around the validation and impact of scientific models, emphasizing that their predictive strength is the primary measure of their u...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.This second part starts with Gerd Gigerenzer discussing the evolution and interpretations of probability, emphasizing its connection to human beliefs and societal contexts. He explains t...

Anthony Garrett

By Anton GarrettHow should scientists use statistical methods to do practical data analysis? There are differing schools of thought, and in the main division between them I am a Bayesian rather than a frequentist. Unfortunately the word ‘Bayesian’ is itself in dispute, for frequentists often con...

Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.In this third and final part the conversation revolves around the validation and impact of scientific models, emphasizing that their predictive strength is the primary measure of their u...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.This second part starts with Gerd Gigerenzer discussing the evolution and interpretations of probability, emphasizing its connection to human beliefs and societal contexts. He explains t...

Broken Science

bSI Epistemology Camp: 2024 Sunday at BSI’s 2024 Epistemology Camp was a loosely structured open discussion.Greg Glassman started the conversation with mention of the 1927 Solvay Conference, where revolutionary ideas in physics and quantum theory were debated. Most took an ontological perspect...

Emily Kaplan

With Emily Kaplan and Jan Jekielek.July 11, 2024 video by the Epoch Times.Epoch TV interview with BSI’s Emily Kaplan on their show American Thought Leaders with Jan Jekielek. Emily and Jan touched on many topics at the heart of BSI including scientific misconduct, pharmaceutical industry influence...

Broken Science

July 15, 2024 article from The New York Times.Families pay thousands of dollars to store their children’s stem cells with the hope of a healthier future. But the cells are rarely useful, and sometimes contaminated."When Stacy Seaver was a sales representative for CBR, from 2018 to 2019, her bigges...

Russell Berger

By Russell BergerIn October of 2023, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published Red meat intake and risk of type 2 diabetes in a prospective cohort study of United States females and males. It was authored by Walter Willett, a prominent professor of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan Schoo...

Malcolm Kendrick

By Malcolm KendrickA recent paper looked at a new method of calculating the future risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) - heart disease to you and me. It was called PREVENT (Predicting Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Events). The main finding was that using it “could greatly reduc...