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28th February 2014 / Leave a comment
Thought’s First Draft
Skeptics with a K: Episode #116
The Pod Delusion – Episode 226 – 28th February 2014
I heard about this on the radio today. Amazing idea!
Underground farm built in abandoned tunnels beneath south London.
26th February 2014 / Leave a comment
Patients ‘are safer with better-educated nurses’
Sitting in the Dry Bar of the Spiritual Journey
Out of Place Artifacts
25th February 2014 / Leave a comment
Could Shouting “Fus Ro Dah” Ever Knock Someone Over?
Be Reasonable: Episode #014 – Lembit Öpik
Depression Re-examined: A New Way to Look at an Old Puzzle
Secret persuasion mind trick!
Question of the Week: What scientific advancement are you looking forward to seeing happen in 2014?
Out of Place Artifacts
24th February 2014 / Leave a comment
RBUTR supports more browsers, adds a universal linking toolbar
4.4-Billion-Year-Old Crystal Is Earth’s Oldest Fragment
22nd February 2014 / Leave a comment
Chutney, pineapples and flying spaghetti: why atheism can never be inoffensive enough
Our published successes
The Skeptics Guide #450 – Feb 22 2014
21st February 2014 / Leave a comment
Seattle: Land of Amazon, Boeing, and Ancient Mammoths
The Power of Critical Thinking
IT’S THE FRIDAY PUZZLE!
Episode 225 – 21st February 2014
20th February 2014 / Leave a comment
Ask for Evidence at the Brighton Science Festival
Fears pregnant women are ignoring folic acid advice
INCREDIBLE Footage of An Aurora Dancing in Real Time!
Winter so far – 20th February rainfall update
Can an Atheist Be in Awe of the Universe?
Imagine coming home to your spouse and finding someone who looks and acts exactly like your spouse…
“Chemicals in food packaging may be health risk”… really???
19th February 2014 / Leave a comment
Study: Arctic getting darker, making Earth warmer
Rbutr Makes it Easier to Flag Online Misinformation
NICE drugs policy for the elderly is unchanged
18th February 2014 / Leave a comment
The ghost of ‘Ye Olde Man & Scythe’, Bolton – from ‘Hayley is a… Ghost Geek’
X-Raying a Monster Black Hole – from ‘Bad Astronomy’
Last Week In Science Based Medicine – from ‘The James Randi Educational Foundation’
Winter so far – 18th February rainfall update – from ‘Met Office News Blog’
Frequency – from ‘xkcd’
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