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The Difference Between Scientific Evidence And The Scientific Method

Source Litigation and Trial

Scientists, even those in the “hard” sciences that are based primarily on empirical observations and mathematical analysis, have their own dogmas, prejudices, incentives, and conventions. That’s of course not to say that science is bad or wrong or useless — the only reason you can read this on your […]

Chiropractic on NPR Radio

From WNYC (radio) the Leonard Lopate Show on Feb 19th was about chiropractic. Leonard interviews Christine Goertz, D.C., Ph.D, Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, and James N. Dillard, M.D., D.C., C.Ac. who used to run Columbia Med School’s CAM clinic.



Fake Conferences Alert!! Beware of E-mail Invitations

The newest type of internet scam is looking like ID theft attempts. The imagination of these jokers is getting rather sophisticated. The authors of The Scientist Blog have reported two of them just in the last 4 months!! The first was on Aug, 19th 2009. It had reported;

A month or two ago, […]

2 and 2 is? [Humor Alert!]

2 and 2 is? [Humor Alert!]

The Chiro.Org Blog

The news media has been having a LOT of fun reporting on the Congressional Health Care Overhaul lately, so I will too.

Chiropractic’s *scientific critics* state we don’t have the kind of statistics they (grin) rely on, so we shouldn’t toot our own horn like […]

Sept. 18, 1895: Is There a Chiropractor in the House?

An interesting perspective from Wired This Week In Tech Events that Shaped the Wired World by Tony Long

September 18th, 1895: The first chiropractic adjustment is performed, and a new field of medicine is born, along with a healthy number of skeptics.

It was the age of the talented dilettante, and the world’s first chiropractor […]

Class Action Suit Filed in NJ US District Court

A class action suit was filed July 29, 2009 in U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey by Buttaci & Leardi, LLC and the renowned class action law firm of Pomerantz Haudek Grossman & Gross LLP. […]

The Inner Life of the Cell

(Rocky Hill, CT) Harvard University selected XVIVO, LLC, a Connecticut based scientific animation company, to customize and develop an animation that would propel Harvard’s Molecular and Cellular Biology program to the next level of undergraduate education. XVIVO’s recently completed animation, titled “The Inner Life of the Cell”, has already won awards. The eight minute […]

Best portrayal of a chiropractor in film

For those who haven’t seen Jacob’s Ladder, it’s a mystery/thriller released in 1990 starring Tim Robbins as a Vietnam veteran who starts seeing some unusual things around New York City. In addition to that, he apparently keeps moving back and forth between two different current realities as well as flashing back to his experience in […]

Photographer Extraordinaire

This ethereal nighttime image of “Ground Zero” in New York City was taken around midnight in May 2006 by chiropractor Dr. Jay Ouellet and has been chosen to appear in the June 2009 issue of National Geographic. The photograph also appeared on CNN in December 2008.

Dr. Ouellet, CMCC class of ’81, lives in […]