|1.||Bachelor of Fake Science|
(B.F.S.) A four-year degree that ain't worth shit. You will be making shit money if you are lucky enough to find a job. It's a degree that is categorized under Bachelor of Science (unfortunately).
Here are a few majors that would be categorized under Bachelor of Fake Science: General Studies, Kinesiology, Nutrition, Education, and Fashion Marketing.
On the other hand, Bachelor of Science consists of majors such as Physics, Engineer, Computer Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
The tabloid of science magazines.
Person 1: I read an article about flying supersonic trains
Person 2: Yeah, it's probably from popular science.
Fake science which holds no basis in reality yet so many people choose to believe.
University Degree available from Australia's University Of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Student's can major in;
1. Weed philosophy and theory.
2. Bong Physics.
3. Agriculture and Cultivation.
This is a fake degree eluding to the fact that you know your cannibus very very well.
Dude1: "Do you smoke up?"
Dude2: "Do I smoke up? Hah, I got my post-doctorate doctorate in weed science. I'm majoring in Astro-Bong Physics and they are sending me to the moon to see how a bong works in space."
A term used by people who are trying to legitimise a superstition, religious belief, or hocus-pocus theory. There is never an explanation of the actual science or logical reasoning, nor is there ever mention of these scientists' names.
Some scientists have reported evidence of a previous life in new born babies.
The egyptian pyramids were probably built by extra terrestrials. Some scientists discovered this and think that it would have been impossible for humans to build them.
Some scientits have calculated that Jesus actually could have walked on water.
Once a television network which aired numerous science fiction series whose diversity has boiled away to a monotonous repetition of "StarGate" and its spin-offs lasting for about 40% of the day. Any airing period left of the day is 30% Battlestar Galactica, 10% Eureka, and the remaining 20% devoted to advertisement, which always seems to cut in whenever the sponsors feel like whoring for attention.
Sci-Fi Channel hasn't been the same since it stopped airing Knight Rider, but I'm sure it will find a diverse audience by airing fake wrestling (ECW, which I'm entirely sure has gallons of science fiction potential). Ironically, despite the number of consecutive airings of SG-1, they haven't considered renaming the entire network to "Stargate Channel" or even decided to make every day a Stargate marathon.
One specific "treatment" in the world of Alternative Medicine. Despite over 500 studies showing the ineffectiveness of the treatment millions of people still go to be "healed." Any therapeutic effects felt from undergoing the treatment have been attributed to the incense filled room and the light massage before the actual treatment. Hardcore proponents claim that acupuncture has not been proven under scientific scrutiny because "it is not subject to science" which is nonsense because no such excuse would be tolerated for any other real medical procedure. Doctors take an oath to do whatever is ethically necessary to cure their patients, and the fact that virtually every doctor would NEVER prescribe acupuncture as an actual healing treatment should say a lot about its actual effectiveness.
Guy 1: Hey man I heard you were having really bad back pain.
Guy 2: Yeah, my doctor says I need immediate surgery to correct my spine.
Guy 1: What! Are you kidding? Do you know how dangerous that is? Go to this guy (hands Guy 1 a business card). He cures you by splashing water on the part of your body that hurts!
Guy 2: ...are YOU serious? That is such obvious crap.
Guy 3: Yeah don't listen to that guy go to an acupuncturist. It's been healing people for thousands of years.
Guy 1: Yeah I asked my doctor about that but he said that acupuncture really doesn't have any actual scientific evidence to support it.
Guy 3: Science? psh. Since when has western science helped anybody?
Guy 1: I don't know... he did use science to discover what was wrong with my back in the first place.