On Thursday 29 March I’ll be hosting the Skeptics’ Circle blog carnival. I’d like to see Aard readers represented: if you’ve written anything in a skeptical vein recently, feel free to send me a link!
Should we just shoot you an email with our links or reply with them in a comment?
Either way is fine!
Here are 5 recent skeptic posts for your consideration:
1 minute interview with a 7 year old skeptic:
Debunking Airborne (this post featured in last month’s Skeptic column of Scientific American):
Group Think at Disneyland:
A 7-minute intro of Dawkins that he posted on his site.
Blink: Thinking Without Thinking?
I hope this is an appropriate link for the carnival. It’s a few thoughts about where stupid ideas come from:
Is there a theme this week?
Also – what’s your e-mail address?
The theme will coalesce out of the submissions. I’m thinking maybe “By the Grace of the Lord, We Have Been Put on this Earth” or “Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Rama, Rama Rama”.
Klick on “Contact” under the masthead banner for my address.
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