Definition of "pseudoscientific" [pseudoscientific]

  • Of, relating to, or employing pseudoscience; not scientific, though perhaps made to seem partially scientific. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pseudoscientific" in a sentence
  • "The story of Fermat's Last Theorem, the centuries spent trying to find a proof and Professor - now Sir - Andrew Wiles's final victory, is recounted in a book by Simon Singh , a physicist and author also famous for his battle to change the libel laws after he was sued for calling pseudoscientific medical treatments "bogus" ."
  • "I began that task open to forming opinions based on whatever information became available; by its end it had become abundantly clear that the group is best characterized as a pseudoscientific cult, and nothing since has altered that opinion."
  • "Of course the difference between Kant and Dembski is huge, most of all the fact that Kant was a scientist, and he would not tolerate the kind of pseudoscientific nonsense that Dembski puts out–not as science anyway he could have been more cautious in philosophy, for sure."