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08 December 2005 @ 11:57
Skeptical circularity  

For anyone with an interest in evolution, or in current relations between science and religion, or in logical fallacies, or quackery, or ornithology, or the alleged architecture of ancient Bosnia, I highly recommend the 23rd edition of the Skeptic's Circle, hosted by Circadiana. The Skeptic's Circle is a regular but mobile gathering of links to blog post that " apply critical thought to questionable stories." For some reason, my recent post on the Wrathful Dispersion controversy has made it into this latest edition, despite the fact that I supplied almost no critical thought; I merely reported the facts as I observed them. Still, it is gratifying to be in such distinguished company.

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Vizcachachillyrodent on 8. December, 2005 11:16 (UTC)
What she says is a true thing. I knew he would like it, which is why I asked you if I could link to it in my LJ.

And, it turns out that many, many people like it.
Prof. Bleen: takeyabu6_bleen_7 on 10. December, 2005 19:37 (UTC)
Actually, I didn't. Was probably the person who suggested it on the original post. I did recommend the entry to PZ Meyers of Pharyngula, who linked to it on his 'blog.
the_deli: BOTTLE OPENERthedeli on 9. December, 2005 00:04 (UTC)
Being watched by the big kids at Blogger.
Soon they're going to snap you up!