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September 11, 2001, the date of terrorist attacks on the United States involving the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the crash of United Airlines flight 93. Also can refer to any of the theories…
Termination of pregnancy by removal of fetus or embryo from the mother body. This process can occur naturally (as in spontaneous abortion/miscarriage) or as a result of a medical procedure/process in…
A dermatological condition often characterized by the appearance of skin blemishes, such as pimples or zits.
for questions about claims based on activism, the action of campaigning in support of change, and activists.
Traditionally Eastern process possibly dating back as far 2nd century BCE, which consists mainly of treating certain conditions in patients by the insertion and manipulation of small needles in the bo…
Continued physical or psychological dependence on a substance or behavior despite negative or even life-threatening physical or societal consequences. Can also refer to any of the many and varied trea…
for questions about Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi Party, Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945.
The process of deliberately making something known publicly. Can also refer to any of the methods used in this process, or directly to the business of advertising products or services for profit.
for questions about claims based in Afghanistan, or limited to Afghanistan.
for questions about claims based in Africa, or limited in Africa.
The aging process in humans, the effects of aging, and whether humans can achieve extended aging.
Assessment of the biological processes which are directly relatable to the length of time an organism has been alive.
The science and/or practice of soil cultivation and farming
for questions about claims based on the gaseous mixture comprising the Earth's atmosphere.
for questions about claims relating to airport security and the security procedures in place at airports worldwide.
for questions about claims based in the US state of Alabama, or limited to Alabama.
Alan Mathison Turing (1912 - 1954) was an English cryptanalyst most notable for breaking German ciphers and conceptualizing the Turing machine.
Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955). Theoretical Physicist known popularly for his profound intelligence. Einstein is responsible for, among other things: The Theory of Relativity and Th…
Commonly used term which refers to ethanol-containing alcoholic beverages. However, more broadly, the term can also be applied to any organic compound with a hydroxyl functional group bound to a carb…
for claims made about Al Gore. Do not use this tag for questions about claims made by Gore. Albert Arnold Gore Jr. (born March 31, 1948) was the 45th Vice President of the United States from 1993 to …
Term applicable to forms of life with a proposed extraterrestial origin.
A term for the biological antigen-antibody reaction which causes various symptoms ranging from rashes to anaphylaxis in sensitized people who encounter certain particles. Can also refer to the study o…
for claims regarding cures and health practices which fall outside the boundaries of scientifically validated medicine.
for questions about aluminum (also spelled aluminium). Aluminum is a metal that can be found in cans, foods, antiperspirants, and vaccines.
Amazon.com is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington.
for questions about claims based on the Amazon rainforest in South America.
Questions regarding the structure of an organism or its parts.