A "word" that I can't stand, it infuriates me to no end.
In reality, it shouldn't. But it's this kind of stuff that confuses people into believing into concepts that aren't backed by science. I'm going to take it a step further and say that the people that use words like "biohacking" are the same people that instill distrust in the field of science. Whether they are doing it intentionally or not, there should be some accountability. Especially if you're an arm chair scientist with no formal education in those fields you're speaking about.
For instance, if someone were making claims about being able to biohack someones neurobiology and they've never stepped foot in college, that's an automatic flag on the field. Or better yet, if this same person has gone to college, but their education is in marketing or business.
Needless to say, I'm not a fan of this word.
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