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Archive for December 31st, 2009

127th Skeptic’s Circle @ Life, the Universe, and One Brow

Posted by mattusmaximus on December 31, 2009

The final installment (for 2009) of the Skeptic’s Circle is now being hosted over at Life, the Universe, and One Brow – a blog which engages in “A discussion of skepticism, logic, math, intelligent design creationism, board games, the Utah Jazz, marriage, having a oldest child with PDD-NOS along with a middle daughter with ADHD and three other children, being a DBA, teaching, the St. Louis metro area, and anything else that comes to mind.” Sounds groovy – check it out…

The 127th edition of the Skeptics’ Circle

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Top 10 quirky science tricks for New Year parties

Posted by mattusmaximus on December 31, 2009

In the spirit of the New Year, I wanted to share with you all a quick video about 10 things you can do at a New Year party to share the wonders of science.  This video originates from Prof. Richard Wiseman, all the tricks are quick and easy to do, and it’s called “Top 10 quirky science tricks for New Year parties”

Enjoy the fun, and have a Happy New Year!  🙂

*Note: Hat tip to The Blog of Phyz for sharing the video.

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