I’ve updated the Skeptical Search Engine (on the left side bar of this site, as well as below in this blog post) to include more sites dealing with climate change.
“Skepticism” ha. “Skepticism” isn’t skeptical, it’s an ideological propaganda effort that rejects real questioning of their chosen orthodoxy, as seen in the weekend’s argument. Organized “skepticism” is a baloney shop masquerading as skepticism.
Anthony, I am skeptical of your claims. Skepticism is an ideological propaganda that inherently demands questioning every orthodoxy.
Anthony, comments can be a useful addition to what is said in the post, at times, a way to note a problem with the post. But on most of the blogs I have read comments frequently turn abusive, a way to promote lies, bigotry and often devolve into a mechanism to enforce conformity of thought and expression to the agenda of one or several commentators. I will not nurture that kind of comment thread.
any chance you’d want to go argue against skeptics spewing bigotry and anti-feminist propaganda over at ERV’s monument to same?
It’s no longer in the sidebar. Is it possible to get a public url for the actual search engine, so that I can embed it in a blog?
Great work, btw.
It’s okay, found it: https://www.google.com/cse/home?cx=partner-pub-0011605016028824%3Aj8rkr4-so0i (url hacking error on my part.)
Embedded here, for the moment (along with a couple of others, each with its own emphasis): http://www.appropedia.org/User:Chriswaterguy/Search/Skepticism – I’ll probably do something more with these.
That’s not my skeptical search engine, but it looks good.
I added it back to the sidebar.
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