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BBC News – Sir Terry Pratchett, renowned fantasy author, dies aged 66

AT LAST, SIR TERRY, WE MUST WALK TOGETHER.

Terry took Death’s arm and followed him through the doors and on to the black desert under the endless night.

The End.

 

BBC News – Sir Terry Pratchett, renowned fantasy author, dies aged 66.

Je suis CHARLIE

23 Heartbreaking Cartoons From Artists Responding To The Charlie Hebdo Shooting - BuzzFeed News

Jean Jullien

via 23 Heartbreaking Cartoons From Artists Responding To The Charlie Hebdo Shooting – BuzzFeed News.

Think of the Children

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Pareidolia Facebook Page

My friend Lynsey has just setup a Facebook page for people’s pareidolia pictures. Pareidolia is where you see something like a face where there isn’t one, like the man in the moon.

Like the page and then start posting your pictures!

Facebook Pareidolia

Dear Israel / Palestine

 

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The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe | The Skeptics Guide to the Universe | Page 471

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe | The Skeptics Guide to the Universe | Page 471

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe | The Skeptics Guide to the Universe | Page 471.

Multiple sclerosis and “miracle cures”: sometimes it’s the hope that’ll kill you | Margo Milne | Science | theguardian.com

Great article from The Guardian.

 

Multiple sclerosis and “miracle cures”: sometimes it’s the hope that’ll kill you | Margo Milne | Science | theguardian.com.

Skeptical thoughts for 2nd April 2014

Apparently I am a terrorist, I do own the scarf! (The Independent)

The Law Society must withdraw its guidance on Sharia-succession rules (Maryam Namazie)

Episode 230 – 28th March 2014 (Pod Delusion)

Be Reasonable: Episode #015 – Robert Currey (The Merseyside Skeptic Society)

Last Week In Science Based Medicine (James Randi Education Foundation)

British Scientists Supposedly Cloned a Dinosaur — Here’s What Really Happened (Richard Dawkins Foundation)

A lot of skeptical thoughts as I have been busy with university and work!

Agnotology: The Study of Ignorance (Science-Based Medicine)

Homeopathic Products Recalled for Containing Actual Drugs (NeuroLogica Blog)

Can Thieves Rob People Using Hypnosis? (Benjamin Radford) (Spoiler from Andy…. no, cos I would have robbed the lot of you if it could)

A New Ring System Found in the Solar System … Around an Asteroid! (Bad Astronomy)

When Does Autism Begin? (NeuroLogica Blog)

Meet the NHS patient representative who seems to have a problem with women (Pride’s Purge)

Diversity Awards (Maryam Namazie)

Storm in Sahara sends dust to UK (Met Office News Blog)

The Law Society must withdraw its guidance on Sharia-succession rules (Maryam Namazie)

Faint Rings and Crescent Planet (Bad Astronomy)

Brain Changes Suggest Autism Starts In The Womb (Richard Dawkins Foundations)

 

Pinch punch first day of the month… skeptical thoughts for 1st March.


Milky Meteor
Gene tests for prostate cancer may be possible
Do Tetris weight loss claims stack up?
The Skeptics Guide #451 – Mar 1 2014