Google search terms – pseudoscience examples

Google provides me with the search terms that result in clicking on a link to this website. I rarely look at them, but today I looked to find all of the search terms that were pseudoscience examples – some of them were hysterical.

I wanted to do something completely different – away from the anti-vaccination hate-filled creeps, away from the anti-science GMO beliefs, and everything else. Let’s amuse ourselves with some of my favorite search terms over the past three months.

The humorous

 

“colon cleanse poop pictures” – excuse me, but what?

“how much money does bill gates use to force vaccinations” – I would say approximately $0.

“dr mary’s monkey debunked” – I don’t personally debunk monkeys, but I’m sure someone does.

“what people look like who eat GMOs” – unless I’m missing something, we look like mutated monkeys who need to be debunked.

“alternative medicine is bullshit” – absolutely.

“paul offit paid by big pharma” – this is still around? The answer is no.

“is the skeptical raptor really orac” – oh not this again.

Medical pseudoscience examples

 

“what is better china acupuncture for bells palsy or neurologist doctor” – since acupuncture has no effect for bells palsy, let’s go with a neurologist.

“is mucoid plaque real” – absolutely not.

“do ripe bananas prevent cancer” – absolutely not. By the way, variations on this search are one of the top hits to my blog. People really believe a Facebook meme that bananas cure/prevent/treat cancer.

“medical medium quack” – anyone who thinks they can use psychic readings to diagnose or treat diseases is a quack.

“marijuana cures cancer” – this belief just won’t go away. And this is the number one search that leads to this website.

“big pharma conspiracy theory” – yes, they’re pushing against vaccines to make more money.

“glyphosate causes autism” – exactly how?

“does high fructose corn syrup cause autism” – everything causes autism!

“sayer ji quack” – without a doubt

“e cigarettes are safe for children” – what? I’m not even sure they’re safe for adults.

Vaccine pseudoscience examples

 

“does MMR vaccine cause autism” – NO! Look what you have wrought, Mr. Andy Wakefield. Variations of this search is also in the top 5 of Google hits that lead to this website.

“which religions are against vaccines” – hardly any, so get your child vaccinated.

“is tetyana obukhanych a reliable source about vaccines” – that would be no.

“lucija tomljenovic dangers of vaccines” – if only her publications weren’t being retracted.

“is the hpv vaccine safe” – yes. Why is this still a question. Oh yea, see above.

“diane harper against the hpv vaccine” – based on her publications, no. Based on her public comments, who knows.

“vaccines cause mthfr gene mutation” – only if you believe quacks.

“consequences if children are not vaccinated” – well, they may die.

“who is behind the hpv vaccine conspiracy” – there’s a conspiracy? Well, then I take credit.

“do vaccines destroy my baby’s immune system” – if all I do with this website is debunk this one myth, I’ll be a happy scientist.

“did the polio vaccine cause cancer” – no, but that doesn’t stop this myth from  propagating across the internet.

“vaccines and nazis” – I don’t even know how to respond but bang my head on the desk. Ouch.

“france stopped all vaccinations” – oh really?

“japan stopped hpv vaccines” – kind of, but based on awful evidence. And what are these tropes about other countries?

“who is heather murray” – no clue.

And it just keeps happening

 

“who is behind the real skeptical raptor” – lots of speculation, but I can assure you it’s not Barack Obama.

 
 

 

The Original Skeptical Raptor
Chief Executive Officer at SkepticalRaptor

Lifetime lover of science, especially biomedical research. Spent years in academics, business development, research, and traveling the world shilling for Big Pharma. I love sports, mostly college basketball and football, hockey, and baseball. I enjoy great food and intelligent conversation. And a delicious morning coffee!