List of pseudosciences

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This is a list of topics that have been characterized as pseudoscience by scientists and researchers.[1]

Physical sciences[change | change source]

Physics[change | change source]

Astronomy and space sciences[change | change source]

Earth sciences[change | change source]

Energy[change | change source]

Life sciences[change | change source]

Psychology[change | change source]

Applied sciences[change | change source]

Health and medicine[change | change source]

Finance[change | change source]

Social sciences[change | change source]

Racial theories[change | change source]

Paranormal and ufology[change | change source]

Paranormal or supernatural subjects have been subject to criticism from many of sources including the following claims of the paranormal:

History[change | change source]

Religion and Science[change | change source]

Spiritual and religious practices and beliefs, according to astronomer Carl Sagan, are normally not classified as pseudoscience. Some of the ideas are:

Creation science[change | change source]

Creationism is the belief that the origin of everything in the universe is the result of the Christian God.

New age and eastern religions[change | change source]

Scientology[change | change source]

Consumer products[change | change source]

Ideas not commonly referred to[change | change source]

The following concepts have only a very small number of supporters. Yet they have become notable:

Parody pseudoscience[change | change source]

The following are parodies of other pseudosciences:

References[change | change source]