Find, annotate, and turn in two really good examples of pseudoscience in the print media: newspaper or magazine articles or advertisements, photocopies of journal articles or sections of books not mentioned on the web site. Include enough information for someone else to locate your example (a proper citation including name of publication, issue, page, date, etc.). Explain in a paragraph why this is an example of pseudoscience; of what fallacies are the authors or people described guilty?
Do not use "supermarket tabloids" such as the National Enquirer, the Weekly World News, the Globe, and so on, which have pseudoscience on every single page of every single issue! They are notorious for creative writing (fiction) and BS.
Associated Press, Monday 10 February 2003.
"North Korea is believed to have extracted enough plutonium to make one or two bombs before 1994," Prime Minister Kim Suk-soo said today. "Since there has been no confirmation that it actually has produced nuclear weapons, we believe that they do not have any," he added.
The lack of evidence is particularly interesting, because it seems that North Korea DID test a nuclear device on about 9 September 2006.