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[–] geovoat 14 points 34 points (+48|-14) ago  (edited ago)

Gotta tell you that starting to eliminate what a mod might think of as psuedoscience and getting more and more particular about that kind of thing is what made r/science go to hell over at deaddit.

Darwin was a hack until he wasnt.


[–] Teh_Sauce_Guy [S] 40 points -19 points (+21|-40) ago 

Look, there's a difference between a radical claim pseudoscience. If someone posts a link to a theory like, I don't know... the earth is flat, and the theory actually follows the proper scientific method, then it's fine to stay. On the other hand, if it's merely pretending to do so, then it isn't. I don't know if I explained this well or not, but there you go.


[–] geovoat 9 points 34 points (+43|-9) ago 

But eventually mods will get tired of evaluating by reading the link and they will just pull what they dont like. Or require journal links like deaddit did which ruined r science.


[–] pandabill 5 points 20 points (+25|-5) ago 

Can I ask you a question: Who is paying you? I refuse to admit that a person would voluntarily choose to be such a Nazi.

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