Sunday, February 7, 2016

pseudo-science & gobbledygook


Richard Di Natale: [pseudo-science; gobbledygook;] Well, I suppose I'm a little concerned that we've gone from equal marriage which is very different debate to parenting and let's accept, I mean, we don't have,  we support, as a society, the right of same sex couples to be parents. And we do it because, look, there's lots of pseudo-science and gobbledygook out there about the effects on kids. Almost every study demonstrates that the most important factor is whether a child is raised in a loving household.


not authentic; not genuine; false or pretend;

1. nonsense;
2. very complicated or technical language that you can not understand;

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