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An error occurred while saving the commentPaul Castanzo commented
I have been a big fan of HP. However, the recent posting of ads for physics and articles related to psychics is disturbing. As a public school science educator, this information is antithetical to reality, reason, and critical thinking. It would be a shame if HP puts revenue generated by these ads before facts. You are diminishing yourself as a fact based news organization. I am considering no longer getting my news from HP.Paul Castanzo supported this idea ·