Aleksandr Rozov examines Russia's prospects if ideology and
spirituality continue to dominate
Russian politics, comparing this trend to North Korea's Juche.
Academicians declare war on charlatans
The RAN Commission to Combat Pseudoscience began work with an expanded membership.
Its plans include the introduction of authorized Commission representatives to fight
pseudoscience in the all large cities
in Russia. Their main goal is to be the struggle against folk healers.
Neo-Lysenkoism in Russian Consciousness
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Leonid Korochkin describes
many of the manifestions of
in modern-day Russia, including some new forms of Lysenkoism and theosophy.
Indigo Children as a Social Barometer
Yevgeniya Krasina takes a witty look at
who are called "unmanageable" and space aliens, but may possibly have
Attention-Deficit Disorder or who are just not brainwashed like previous generations.
Why is astrology a pseudoscience?
Astronomer Vladimir Surdin surveys the history of
astrology and explains why it has
no scientific foundation.
Pseudoscientists Have Be Exposed to Shame
Gennady Shevelev expose attempts by pseudoscientists to pass off devices based on
the Kirlian effect as medical diagnostic
instruments and propose public ridicule of pseudoscientists as a way to limit
the influence of such people.
Can Astrologers Be Believed? Science Says: "NO!"
Russian astronomer Vladimir Surdin surveys the research on
predictions and then tells Russian readers where to go for reliable information
about current developments in science.