A pseudoscience looks like science, may even use scientific vocabulary, but, unlike science, it doesn't make systematic empirical research. Astrology, is an example... astrologist cannot prove their statements are right. An other example is popular psychology. There is real psychology, which does use TONS and TONS of researches to build the theories that will be used by clinical psychologists to help their clients. But popular psychology makes statements that seem sensible and logical to most people, namely because it relies heavily on opinions that are shared by many people. It may involve new age references to "energy," which is a common way of deceiving crowds into following something that looks serious. The wording is generally vague, not well defined and cannot be used to make hypothesis... it discards them from being investigated, but it enables users to reference some facts as proving their points. The terms being so vague, it is easy to tell people that almost anything proves their point.
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