‘Pathological science’ dominating agricultural issues debate

Pathological science is a term coined by a Nobel Prize-winning chemist to describe the “science of things that aren’t so.” Farmers see a lot of examples of that when activist groups make claims about products and new technology that aren’t backed up by scientific evidence. Phillip Hayes talked about pathological science and other communications issues during a speech at the 2016 Sorghum General Session at Commodity Classic in New Orleans.

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