Pseudoscience-focused sites[edit source]

Please include information on "pseudoscience"-focused sites. I know someone who has a Zero-Point Energy device he uses to power his house and I have seen various documentaries on so-called "Free Energy" and seen news reports of water-powered cars. Who's to say the science isn't proven if we do not want to listen to (or see) the evidence? comment by Uriel , 18:41, 15 December 2009 (UTC) .


Our draft policy on this is at Appropedia: Rigor. Personally I don't see any problem with having info about these claims on their own pages on Appropedia, with evidence for and against them; or student projects, where senior year college students objectively assess claims like these. But they remain completely unproven and so I wouldn't want to see such a site being listed as a green wiki here without comment (or at all, to be honest about my own thoughts).

Extraordinary claims require stronger proof - many claims are made (especially on TV!) that are not true when we do the calculations. --Chriswaterguy 05:27, 16 December 2009 (UTC)