Monthly Archives: December 2010

Opportunity Quacks

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXIX

The first casualty in the War of Christmas is the truth, and The Daily Telegraph’s Peter Oborne is the latest recruit to bombard revellers with nonsensical festive claims. Continue reading

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Planet of the Gender Stereotypes

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Bad Argument of the Week XXXVIII

This week, another belated Bad Argument prize is awarded to the popular polemicist Michael Moore, for his tendency of relying on crude sensationalism to make his case– this time, while discussing the contentious subject of Wikileaks and the ongoing furore surrounding Julian Assange. Continue reading

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FakeID – Godcasting with Prof Paul Braterman and Glasgow Skeptics

Ian Scott from Glasgow Skeptics and Professor Paul Braterman from the British Centre for Science Education meet with the 21st floor to discuss the intelligent design movement. Continue reading

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From DNA to JSA

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A Peerless View

The latest mewlings from the climate change “skeptics” include the charge that peer review is inherently flawed and a means of perpetuating academic censorship. Is there a case to answer? Continue reading

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