Recently I have been appaled by the number and the virulence of paper, books and web sites against "mainstream" science. This is from the "21st Century Science & Technology magazine" web site: 21st Century Science & Technology magazine challenges the assumptions of modern scientific dogma, including quantum mechanics, relativity theory, biological reductionism, and the formalization and separation of mathematics from physics. We demand a science based on constructible (intelligible) representation of concepts, but shun the simple empiricist or sense-certainty methods associated with the Newton-Galileo paradigm. Our unique collection of editors and scientific advisers maintain an ongoing intellectual dialogue with leading thinkers in many areas, including biology, physics, space science, oceanography, nuclear energy, and ancient epigraphy. Original studies by the controversial economist Lyndon LaRouche have challenged the epistemological foundations of the von Neumann and Wiener-Shannon information theory, and located physical science as a branch of physical economy. In science policy areas, we have challenged sacred cows, from the theory of global warming to the linear threshold concept of radiation. I would really summarize it as: Throw eveything away and make free space for religious belief. Similar things, or worse, can be read at many places, like for example the http://www.worldnpa.org/main/" web site. But is that the right way to explain or understand the spread of pseudo-science or even anti-science?