Last updated on September 22nd, 2020 at 04:45 pm
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- Overall, we rate I Heart Intelligence a mild pseudoscience website for the promotion of occasional information that does not align with the consensus of science. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting for the same reason.
Factual Reporting: MIXED
World Press Freedom Rank: Bulgaria 111/180
Founded in 2014 by Stanislav Slavov and Milen Raychev, who live in Sofia, Bulgaria, I Heart Intelligence is an alternative health and science website. According to their about page “The main goal of I Heart Intelligence is to share interesting stories, amazing facts, and fun, intelligent, and inspiring content. The authors here at I Heart Intelligence choose to present information without bias to let the readers think harder and come to their own conclusions.”
Funded by / Ownership
I Heart Intelligence is owned by Stanislav Slavov and Milen Raychev. Revenue is derived through advertising, sponsored content, and an online shop that sells merchandise.
Analysis / Bias
In review, I Heart Intelligence is a website that publishes a combination of real scientific/technology news and questionable pseudoscience. For example, they will publish a feel-good true story such as this: Bon Jovi Opens Third Community Restaurant To Serve Food To People In Need or a credible science-based article Eggs From The Last Two Northern White Rhinos Successfully Fertilized. Although there is credible information on this website there is also a moderate amount of pseudoscience. For example, they promote natural cancer cures such as this Why Un-Boiling An Egg Could Be The Cancer Treatment Breakthrough Of The Decade. They also frequently publish anti-GMO propaganda, in fact, they actually have an Anti-Gmo tag to filter stories. In general, I heart Intelligence publishes mostly credible information, however some content does not align with the consensus of science and is considered pseudoscience.
Overall, we rate I Heart Intelligence a mild pseudoscience website for the promotion of occasional information that does not align with the consensus of science. We also rate them Mixed for factual reporting for the same reason. (D. Van Zandt 12/8/2019)