Spin abstracts Breaking news from the department for the bleeding obvious

Two major papers have recently been published that may or may not surprise you. Please excuse the sarcy title, in all seriousness these are fantastic papers that provide evidence for massive problems facing the scientific world today. They are both well worth reading in full, the key points are …

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 Who Needs Facts Anyway?
An article published in The Telegraph over a month ago remains on The Telegraph website with a headline that is so spectacularly incorrect that the BBC has reported that the article may set “a new record for the most inaccurate headline ever”. According to The Telegraph headline there are “just 100 …

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Apologies for the recent blog-hiatus, I’ve been working on some super-exciting new posts to be released over coming weeks. I also have an important announcement to make, I am very happy to announce that I have gratefully accepted an offer to move this blog to the Big Think network. Have no fear, nothing will change except new blog posts will be posted at my new home: http://bigthink.com/neurobonkers/


Big Think Neurobonkers is moving house

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I’d like to take this opportunity to give a big thanks to all my readers for all your comments over the couple of years this blog has been online. Your feedback is what gives me the motivation to write. See you after the jump!

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