The method and conclusions of the PLOS paper `On the Viability of Conspiratorial Beliefs`
The author is demonstrably delusional because he doesn't realize exposure is nothing
This is mistaken about what the scientific literature actually says in all four cases, cargo cult science
AI will create millions more jobs
After everybody has made every argument and counter they conceive, what remains is a concise rational analysis of what is understood and why
The paper is also wrong about how few people can run a secret operation in the know
The technological trajectory of the Apollo program is completely unbelievable
The minority often hold their belief because rationality demands it. Other reasons are less likely because opposing the majority is costly.
The Majority is Often Wrong, Even When They Are Credentialed and Widely Admired
The Majority Do Not Think It Through, But Trust the Majority. Circular. Conflicting Forces Influence Crowds More than Rationality.
Estimates of Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness United States
Lots of Evidence Gardasil far more damaging than claimed benefit
There's Pretty Good Evidence Vaccines Have Killed and Injured a Lot of People Iatrogenically
Jodrell bank radio telescope claimed to track them to the moon
A Related Problem is the Vaccine Itself Can Spread Disease