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What about claims that are well referenced? For example, you can often find a lot of medical references for any kind of popular diet, but skepticism would happen because it conflicts with a lot more medical references.
For example, the Atkins diet claims that fat does not make one fat or cause heart problems. While it has a basis for a lot of those claims, it flies in the face of other stronger medical research.
So how much research has to be done on a claim before it no longer qualifies as a Skeptics SE question?