Real christian dating websites
For a starting point of reference, Skeptoid.com's ranking is currently about 40,000, meaning that 40,000 websites in the United States get more traffic than I do.
And, compared to the number of websites there are, that number is actually not half bad — but note how it compares to some of these sites promoting misinformation.
Let's begin at the bottom of our list of the worst offenders, with a site that nevertheless has staggering amounts of traffic: Alexa ranked #23 Google Page Rank 8 The Huffington Post is arguably one of the heaviest trafficked news, opinion, and information sources on the Internet.
Its many editors and 9,000 contributors produce content that runs the gamut and is generally decent, with one exception: medicine.
A tireless promoter, Mercola has built his website into probably the most lucrative seller of quack health products.
But Mercola's website is not wrong because it's lucrative; it's wrong because the vast majority of its merchandise has no proven medical value, yet virtually all of its product descriptions imply that they can improve the customer's health in some way.
Cryptomundo only ranks as #8 on our list because, let's face it, cryptozoology is not exactly the most harmful of pseudosciences.
Many of these sites promote some particular ideology, but I want to be clear that that's not why they're here.Cryptomundo's forum moderators have something of a notorious reputation for editing comments posted by site visitors, and for deleting comments that express skeptical points of view.Some skeptical commenters have reported even being banned completely from the forums, not for spamming or trolling, but just being consistently skeptical.Today's Featured Products include: Krill oil that provides "A healthy heart, Memory and learning support, Blood sugar health, Anti-aging, Healthy brain function and development, Cholesterol health, Healthy liver function, Boost for the immune system, Optimal skin health".At least usually includes the required statement (tucked way down at the bottom of the screen in a tiny font) that "These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.