Problem: -freedom of speech (treated as almost sacred idea); -spread of pseudoscience. I think that quite many people here feel some kind of serious discomfort. Both supporting freedom of speech while in the same time being outraged by pseudoscience. In topic about anti-vaxines crusade, someone suggested to count it as equivalent of "shouting fire in a crowded theatre", which if I understand it correctly is an American way of expressing "Hey, I'm for freedom of speech but that's excessive". When I tried to google recipe for my lentils, the top results of Google were informing that lentils cure cancer. You know, it made nervous about eating it, because anti-cancer medication tend to have nasty side effects. Ideas: a) pretend that's OK? Just mock it and hope it would pass away on its own. b) claim that concept of freedom of speech was created to protect religious/political ideas, and not to protect pseudoscience. In some countries there are laws concerning denial of Nazi crimes (plus in a few also communist crimes). Maybe that's the right way of reasoning, some shaman treatment of cancer cost in democratic countries nowadays more lives that murders inspired by Nazism/communism? c) Force by law each such site to put a warning label like the ones on cigarettes? d) Force by law Google to put scientific results in top search? e) other idea?