The 65th Meeting of the Skeptics' Circle has been posted by Steve Novella over at his Neurologica Blog:
The room was filled with that odd combination of excitement, interest and restlessness that accompanies children forced to walk through a museum.
"Quiet down," said Ms. Trueblood for the hundredth time. As experienced as she was a gaggle of nine-year-olds was always a challenge. "Raise your hand if you have a question, otherwise I want quiet, and pay attention to Mr. Lucious."
Join Steve and the rest for a healthy sampling of the best skeptical blogging of the last fortnight.
Next up is fellow ScienceBlogger Mark at denialism blog. Lately, Mark has had a bit of a crank infestation in his blog's comments; so hopefully an infusion of skeptical thinking from outside bloggers will help to clean the blog out.
And, as always, if you're interested in tryng your hand at hosting the Circle yourself, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. The schedule can be found here, and the guidelines for hosting are here.
Once again, we'll see if your qi and feng shui are up to the task...
Labels: Skeptics' Circle announcements