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February 07, 2005

Saint Nate's Blog: The First Skeptics' Circle

This is a bit late, but those of you who haven't already found it might want to pop over to Saint Nate's and read the first Skeptic's Circle. "What's that?", I hear you asking. The basic idea is that several blogs each post an article about some skeptic-related topic. One of the participating blogs (in this case, Saint Nate's) then posts an article that links to all of the other articles. In short, it's sort of a distributed ezine.

Topics in this first issue include urban legends, biorythms, False Memory Syndrome, Holocaust denial, alternative medicine, and Intelligent Design, among others.

The archives will be located at Circular Reasoning, as well as the schedule for future issues.

Link: The First Skeptics' Circle.

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Hey, thanks for the mention. You have a pretty nice blog here; you should contribut to the upcoming circle.

Posted by: Saint Nate | Feb 8, 2005 9:09:32 AM

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