jamie goode's wine blog: Bad science

Friday, February 16, 2007

Bad science

I encourage you to read Ben Oldacre's Bad science column in The Guardian today. It discusses the fact that TV diet guru Gillian McKeith has been forced to stop using the title 'Dr', which she obtained on the basis of a qualification gained by correspondence course from a non-accredited American college. 'Is it petty to take pleasure in this?' asks Oldacre. 'No. McKeith is a menace to the public understanding of science.' Diet is an area where good science is rare and bad science often goes unchallenged.

Talking of bad science, I've now taken delivery of my Bev Wizard Wine Enhancer! More on this later.

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At 2:55 PM, Blogger timmyc said...

Magnets making tannic wine nicer? Hmmm will wait with interest on that one - does seem like bad science to me though!

At 7:50 PM, Blogger Jamie said...

The previous thread I started on this topic can be found at


and it continued:



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