In defense of 'Pseudo-science' in video form...


I've put up a video entitled "In Defense of Pseudoscience", a new episode of "Lunchtime with Luke".

A couple months ago, I wrote a brief blogpost to this effect, but in general, I've always rejected the entire invented problem of "the demarkation problem" which was the fuss of a lot of philosophers in the early 20th century. It was an attempt to formally specify what constitutes true "science" versus non-science or "pseudoscience".

I explain precisely why in the video, and provide some example of how "pseudoscience" is often the only real drive of scientific development.