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A conspiracy theory purports to explain an important social, political, or economic event as being caused or covered up by a covert group or organization. [ edit ] Usage
A fringe theory is an idea or a collection of ideas that departs significantly from the prevailing or mainstream view. It can include work done to the appropriate level of scholarship in a field of study but only supported by a minority of practitioners, to more dubious work. Examples include pseudoscience (ideas that purport to be scientific theories but have little or no scientific support), conspiracy theories , unproven claims about alternative medicine , pseudohistory and so forth. Some fringe theories may in a stricter sense be hypotheses , conjectures , or speculations . [ 1 ] [ edit ] Fringe science
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This category is for articles about fringe theory in general. For fringe theories, see Category:Fringe theories . For the Wikipedia guidelines on fringe theories, see Wikipedia:Fringe theories .
Pseudoscience is a broad system of theories or assertions about the natural world that claim or appear to be scientific , but that are not considered being so by the scientific community . This category comprises highly notable topics that are generally considered pseudoscientific by the scientific community (such as astrology ) and topics that, while perhaps notable, have very few followers and are obviously pseudoscientific (such as the modern belief in a flat Earth ). The pejorative term itself is contested by various groups for various reasons. Subcategories
Auseinandersetzung ("controversy"), by Karl-Henning Seemann. Controversy is a state of prolonged public dispute or debate, usually concerning a matter of conflicting opinion or point of view. The word was coined from the Latin controversia , as a composite of controversus – "turned in an opposite direction," from contra – "against" – and vertere – to turn, or versus (see verse ), hence, "to turn against." The most applicable or well known controversial subjects, topics or areas are politics , religion and sex . [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] Other areas of controversy include history and philosophy .
You may also be looking for Wikipedia:Controversial articles . This is a list of previously controversial issues among Wikipedia editors . A controversial issue is one where its related articles are constantly being re-edited in a circular manner, or is otherwise the focus of edit warring . This page is conceived as a location for articles that regularly become biased and need to be fixed, or articles that were once the subject of an NPOV dispute and are likely to suffer future disputes. Other articles not yet classified as "controversial" have some edit conflict issues. The divisive nature of disputed subjects have triggered arguments, since opinions on a given issue differ as they are debated.
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Contents List of controversial people This is a list of people who have, for one reason or the other, been deemed as controversial by a group of people, including newspaper writers, historians, officials, and the public in general. In some cases, the group that classified the person as controversial will also be identified. Please feel free to add anyone who is not in the list and who has been deemed as controversial.
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La subversion ( latin subvertere : renverser) désigne un processus par lequel les valeurs et principes d'un système en place, sont contredits ou renversés. Le discrédit et la chute du pouvoir établi se fait dans le cadre de territoires politiquement ou militairement convoités [ 1 ] . Explication [ modifier ] Chacun peut lui conférer un sens positif ou négatif, en fonction de sa propre position par rapport aux valeurs du système en place ou à celles dont se réclament les acteurs de la subversion.
THE PANGEA THEORY is wrong . Yet it’s still the generally accepted one; still taught in our schools. In this video Neal Adams explains the theory that the Earth is in fact growing. If you have ever looked at a map of the world , you have undoubtedly noticed that the East coast of South America appears to mimic the shape of the West coast of Africa.