Scientific American Versus Scientific American
The latest Scientific American contains an editorial advocating the regulation of advertisements of “unhealthy” foods. For some reason, they don't notice that the same issue contains a refutation of the editorial, an article pointing how the “official wisdom” (carbohydrates good, fats bad), which would presumably be the basis of the regulations, of the past few decades made less healthy foods more popular.
But, of course, this time it's different.
By the way, will the people who gave the bad advice a few decades ago apologize? On the other hand, I recall a guide for diabetics of that era apologizing about the high-fat recipes in an earlier edition. Maybe apologies will make someone sound even sillier a few decades from now.