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It’s the Sundaylies, with Sea Water Pseudoscience, Camels, and How Much Skeptics Value Education

Sunday Funny: Lone Wolf (via Tree Lobsters)

Esceptica

Introduction to Pseudoscience: Sea Water (en español)
New contributor Nuskis talks about the dangers of drinking sea water as a remedy for illnesses.

School of Doubt

Why Aren’t You Reading This?
Jay thinks many skeptics only talk a good game when it comes to education.

Science for the People

Where Do Camels Belong?
Listen to an interview with Dr. Ken Thompson on his book about invasive species.

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1 Comment

  1. December 13, 2015 at 4:42 pm —

    Drinking sea water? That’s some Napoleonic era shit.

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