Main page:What is Science and the Scientific Method?
Human Truth Foundation pages (28):
What Causes Religion and Superstitions?, in the following sections:
Time to Move On: Religion Has Cost Too Much, in the following sections:
The Anthropic Coincidences: Is the Universe Fine-Tuned for Life?, in the following sections:
Scientific Theories Must Make Way for New Evidence, in the following sections:
Anti-Religious Forces: Specific Factors Fuelling Secularisation, in the following sections:
Science and Religion, in the following sections:
Mass Belief and the False Consensus Effect: Everyone Believes It So It Must Be True!, in the following sections:
Christianity v. Astronomy: The Earth Orbits the Sun!, in the following sections:
General Neophobia in Everyday Life: Humankind's Fear of Progress and Change: 5.2. The Scientific Method
From the Big Bang Theory to Multiverses: How and Why Does the Universe Exist?
Errors in Thinking: Cognitive Errors, Wishful Thinking and Sacred Truths: 6.2. Scientific Method as Cure for Human Error
The Universe Could Not Have Been Created by God: The Failure of First Cause Arguments: 3. The Anthropic Coincidences: Was the Universe Fine-Tuned for Life?
Electromagnetic Radiation and the Human Body
Homocentricity or Anthropocentrism: Why Do Religions Think Humanity Is Central to God and Creation?: 2.3. The Failure of the Anthropic Coincidences Argument: The Universe Was Not Fine-Tuned for Life
Religion and Intelligence
Atheism and Secularism: 5. Intellectualism and Atheism
Critical Thinking on Acupuncture: How Does it Work?: 2. Scientific Studies of Acupuncture
Pseudoscience and Health: The World of Alternatives (to Truth): 3.5. The Enthusiasm of Amateurs: Freethought Without Skeptical Thinking Leads to Deception
Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis - Overcoming Selection Bias
The God of the Gaps
Multiculturalism, Globalisation and Religion
Islam and Science: Errors in the Qur'an and Arab Education
Poor Science: When Wayward Scientists and Psuedoscience Skew the Truth
Selection Bias and Confirmation Bias: 4. Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis - Overcoming Selection Bias
Does Homeopathy Work? What are the Risks and Dangers?: 5. What is the Evidence For and Against Homeopathy?
The Credible Hulk
Science is Shrinking the Supernatural World
Why Question Beliefs? Dangers of Placing Ideas Beyond Doubt, and Advantages of Freethought
Not from the Human Truth Foundation, but still relevant (1):
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