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Musings of a science teacher & skeptic in an age of woo.

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126th Skeptic’s Circle @ Weird Things

Posted by mattusmaximus on December 18, 2009

The latest installment of the infamous Skeptic’s Circle is now being hosted over at the Weird Things blog – which is all about “exploring science, the strange, and the unknown”.  Sounds like my kind of place! 🙂

Go on and check it out…

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125th Skeptic’s Circle @ Effort Sisyphus

Posted by mattusmaximus on December 5, 2009

Just a quick update… the latest edition of the Skeptics’ Circle is at Effort Sisyphus, a blog about “Providing Data for a world that makes decisions based on beer can labels” 🙂

Anyhow, read on for some good stuff in this latest edition… Choose Your Destiny: 125 Skeptics Circle

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124th Skeptics’ Circle @ Beyond the Short Coat

Posted by mattusmaximus on November 21, 2009

Howdy all.  I just wanted to pass along a quick little note to everyone about a regular occurrence among skeptical blogs on the Internet – the Skeptics’ Circle, which is a biweekly blog carnival hosted at Circular Reasoning. Once every couple of weeks or so, a skeptical blog will host a variety of posts about various topics at their site as a way of connecting & sharing info with the wider skeptic community.  The latest edition of the Skeptics’ Circle is at Beyond the Short Coat, a blog about “medicine, skepticism, and other cool stuff as needed” 🙂

Anyhow, read on for some good stuff in this latest edition… The 124th Meeting Of The Skeptics’ Circle

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