Is this Iowa? No, it's Heaven

At least, that's the setting for the latest Skeptics' Circle hosted by Left Brain/Right Brain.

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I'm afraid that I have been a bit remiss in my duties as the coordinator of the Skeptic's Circle. You see, today was a travel day, and I was heading to Chicago on business. Unfortunately, the Skeptics' Circle link was not posted very early this morning before I left (probably due to the fact that…
...and no means to get back! See how that happened on the latest Skeptics' Circle - On a Mission from God, up on Left Brain/Right Brain. Then use the Quackometer (the last link at the bottom of the carnival) to rate the quackiness of the claim debunked in each post.
The Skeptics' Circle has been hosted in many places and in many forms, but leave it to Kev at Left Brain/Right Brain to bring it to the one place that it's been hosted before. We're talking Heaven, people. Naturally, the assembled skeptics were a bit disconcerted by this particular venue, as…
Don't forget, everyone, my favorite blog carnival (favorite, of course, because I happen to be the one coordinating it) the Skeptic's Circle is fast approaching and will appear at Left Brain/Right Brain on Thursday, October 26. Naturally, because of Kev's interest in debunking autism quackery, his…

Doubts on HIV's existence 'insane'

Clara Pirani, Medical reporter
October 27, 2006
AIDS experts have labelled claims by a Perth researcher that HIV does not exist as outrageous and dangerous nonsense.
Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, a medical engineer at Royal Perth Hospital, said on Wednesday that HIV was not a retrovirus and could not be transmitted by sexual intercourse.

By Mustafa Mond, FCD (not verified) on 26 Oct 2006 #permalink