When activists like USRTK’s Gary Ruskin pay for academic cred, you know the peer-review process is broken.
Category: Lobbying / Public Affairs
The Post-COVID-19 Blueprint (Conclusion): A Risk Management Process Fit for the 21st Century
We need to rebuild risk management from the ruins of precaution
The Post-COVID-19 Blueprint (Part 3.1): The Battle for a New World Order
The Precautionista Post-COVID-19 Blueprint demands more precaution.
Can you be bought?
With lawyers and activist lobbies splashing cash all about, is there anybody left with integrity?
The Bambi Effect: IARC in the Post-Journalism Age
You can lead journalists to a scandal, but how do you get them to drink?
Greenpeace’s Sea of Red
The activist world has changed. Greenpeace did not. Farewell old adversary.
Green Ideology: It was never about the Environment
Why, to save the planet, we need to stop environmentalists.
The Corruption of IARC 3/4: The Glyphosate Gameplan
The thousands of cases against glyphosate is part of a gameplan that used IARC.
A Campaign for Science in the European Elections
‘One of the penalties of refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.’
A European Parliament without Science?
How bad was science literacy in the last EU Parliament?
What Monty Python can teach us about Extinction Rebellion
Extinction Rebellion is best understood as a parody based on the People’s Front of Judea.
SlimeGate 2/7: Predatorts 4/4: The Hypocrisy of the Honeypot
Why do NGOs celebrate a band of thieves who leave so many victims in their wake?