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TOPIC: Centeno on hyping "science"

Centeno on hyping "science" 05 Oct 2015 10:48 #5280

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I DO like his latest daily article....it just is ashame that its all meant in a serious way... :cry: :puke:

The article you can read here.... An exercis pill...what possibly could go wrong?

and the conclusion is the most interesting...

The upshot? What could possibly go wrong trying to recreate exactly more than 1,000 changes on more than 500 proteins? The scientific hubris here is a bit disturbing. While I certainly get that we need this knowledge to help further our understanding of the effects of exercise and a pill like this may help certain infirmed elderly patients, the big market here is obviously the average American couch potato. If the past is prologue, with several very simple diets pills now yanked from the market for killing unsuspecting dieters, what could possibly go wrong with this hair brain plan? In other words, get off your butt and hit the gym!

Right on Chris..

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