Psi wars: TED, Wikipedia and the battle for the internet / Craig Weiler
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- ISBN: 9781786771179
- ISBN: 1786771179
- Physical Description: xvi, 252 pages: portrait ; 23 cm
- Edition: Second Edition
- Publisher: [United States] : White Crow Books, 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-246) and index.
When TED, the global media platform, took down scientist Rupert Sheldrake’s lecture, “The Science Delusion,” deeming it not scientific, it ignited a fierce discussion around the globe. Bloggers, commenters, distinguished scientists, Internet trolls and even a Nobel Prize winning physicist all contributed to this once-in-a-lifetime debate. The subject? The most controversial question of all time—what is nature of reality? In Psi Wars: TED, Wikipedia and the Battle for the Internet, Craig Weiler, in journalistic fashion, demonstrates how science, the accepted arbiter of truth, is constantly being manipulated and propagandized in an effort to uphold prejudices and beliefs in the scientific community. --back cover
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