Wikipedia: a Web of Deception

By Helen Buyniski and Gary Null   Wikipedia wants us to believe the entries in its “encyclopedia” are truthful, fair, and balanced. However, a comprehensive analysis of its nutritional articles reveals a plethora of factual inconsistencies and a clear and present bias against the very idea of nutritional supplementation. Even though almost every nutrient page admits most Americans don’t consume …


Law and Disorder – Tompkins Square Park Police Riot 30th Anniversary Special

  Tompkins Square Park Police Riot 30th Anniversary Special Thirty years ago, a singular event occurred in Manhattan’s East Village that would prove transformative to many lives for years to come. Today on Law and Disorder we bring you a special program on the August 1988 Tompkins Square Park Police Riot as recounted by several individuals who were there for the entire …


The American Sea of Deception

The American Sea of Deception Four days ago, The Washington Post reported that the epic pathological liar Donald Trump made 4,229 false statements during his first 558 days as United States president. Read More


Perils of Ineptitude

Perils of Ineptitude When Donald Trump flubs through ignorance, incompetence, or poor judgment – that would be nearly all the time – he insists that he has not flubbed at all; that, quite to the contrary, he accomplished wonders. Whoever questions his words is spreading “fake news” and is an “enemy of the people.” Read More


Neoliberal Fascism and the Echoes of History

Neoliberal Fascism and the Echoes of History The nightmares that have shaped the past and await return slightly just below the surface of American society are poised to wreak havoc on us again. Read More


The Gary Null Show – 08.02.18

Part 1: Gary’s New Article Can We Trust Wikipedia and Its Medical Skepticism? This article will challenge a relatively recent group of Skeptics that identify themselves as the advocates of Science-Based Medicine (SBM), which is not to be confused with the widely accepted approach to decision-making in medical practice known as Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM). Although SBM’s most vocal leaders are physicians and …

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Can We Trust Wikipedia and Its Medical Skepticism?

Richard Gale and Gary Null Progressive Commentary Hour, August 2, 2018 It is not skepticism that is at fault for science's lack of movement into the future… It is fear, conservatism, and dogmatism. It is pseudoskepticism which clings to a scientifically disproved belief system, a triumvirate of ancient philosophies: materialism, rationalism and naturalism."  — Ralph Abraham, Professor of Mathematics, University of …