Our friends over at The Young Australian Skeptics have published their first book: Skeptical Blog Anthology. I’m not sure I can offer a better description of the book than the YAS has already provided:
This book is a collection of reader-nominated blog posts, representing the best of a new wave of online skepticism. […]
MIT has recently come out with yet another cool piece of tech. A radar system that can see behind walls.It’s not yet like making a wall completely transparent but it’s pretty cool and useful for a first-gen device and the science behind it of course is pretty awesome.
When you look at something, even people […]
An authentic original. An uncompromising independent, roguish and brilliant, and one of the brightest lights in the world today. Christopher Hitchens died Thursday night at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston of pneumonia, following his epic battle with cancer. He was 62.
His bestseller God is Not Great is what propelled Hitchens into the public […]
Joe and I were both at Skepticon 4 in Springfield, Missouri this year. While I was endeavoring to try every beer on the menu at Farmers Gastropub, Joe was traveling to nearby Strafford, Missouri to talk to the kid who saw something weird and shot it. Video after the jump!
Merry Christmas! I know I can say such “controversial” words to you without offending your intelligence, and I have every confidence you will not spit back in my face a snarky reply to the very notion of my having bestowed a religious salutation upon you.
I was shopping online for “a gift for […]