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August 06, 2019 08:07AM
From the comments section: Dr. Charles Payet
March 15, 2014 / 4:14 pm
"It really seems that journalists have their biggest problem with the idea of false equivalency across many different fields. It ties in so nicely with the idea that you have to “present both sides of the story,” when in fact, the search for accuracy requires no such thing. If an idea is junk, it deserves ZERO airtime or print space."

Then take a look at the comments starting May 4, 2014 / 11:20 am by Larry Moniz (an 'investigative journalist') and the replies that follow.

It didn't take long for the heat of peer review to send Larry packing...but it isn't too late to buy one of his non-peer reviewed books:
Subject Author Posted

Peer review as the ‘gold standard’

Paul H. August 05, 2019 01:35PM

Re: Peer review as the ‘gold standard’

Lee Olsen August 06, 2019 08:07AM

Re: Peer review as the ‘gold standard’

Hermione June 08, 2020 04:10AM

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