Yesterday my brother Steve was on the Dr. Oz show. First I want to commend Steve for doing a great job. He made great points and was very cool. I found while watching the segment that my reactions to Dr. Oz were no where near as calm as Steves’.
Dr. Oz said:
I’m an enthusiast for all things ancient as much as I am an enduring optimist for the future (except for the undying wheezing bloodless zombified remake/prequel/sequel/reboot machine that is Hollywood. I mean seriously, they remade The Mechanic. Why, for the love of Thoth???)
Inevitably, my interest in the future leads me to skate close to [...]
Returning to the family of active blogs that touch all things SGU-related is Crap-Based Medicine!
The concept of this blog was the brainchild of Rebecca Watson as a quite humorous poke at Steven Novella (and company’s) newly-launched Science-Based Medicine. Have a look at the original post by “Dr Sexy”on CBM. For a little while there, [...]
This is simply too good not to share.
As part of the battle of wills and search for evidence, the JREF has thrown its support behind the fabled 10:23 Challenge.
Arguably the greatest challenge for skeptics is facilitating critical inquiry and calling out claims of the paranormal. Here is the JREF organizing on six continents [...]
Here is something that got missed during the holiday season. The Archives of Disease in Childhood reported in late December that complimentary medicine is dangerous for children when used in place of scientific-based medicine. This may seem like a big ‘duh’, but it is another important brick in the wall that continues to build up [...]