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Attention iTunes … Creationism is Not Science!

Sam, an SGU listener, brought this to our attention the other day (thank you, Sam.)

A new podcast has hit the iTunes shelves. It is called Scripture on Creation.

And of course, it is correctly categorized under the ‘Religion and Spirituality’ category, isn’t it?  

Nope.

It is in iTunes ‘Science and Medicine’ category.

Strange. [...]

Remembering Perry DeAngelis Today

As far as I am concerned, there is only one event that has happened on this date in skeptical history. On August 19, 2007, Perry DeAngelis succumbed to his decade-long struggle with Scleroderma, an auto-immune disease with no known cause and no known cure.

The prognosis for those diagnosed with scleroderma varies, where some people [...]

Email Of The Year (So Far)

A recently received email reads, unedited, as such …

“I don’t like your attitude on the show. You said the Chem-trails are not real. I have seen them myself and have taken many pictures. I have also seen footage of a weatherman in Oregon saying that the military was doing experiments and laying the chem-trails. [...]

From Podcast To Broadcast

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe is now a broadcast. We make our debut as such this coming Saturday night on XM Radio’s America’s Channel 158 at 8pm Eastern time, which will be our regular occurring weekly airtime.

To our podcast listeners, I say “Don’t Panic!” We are still releasing the show as podcast through [...]

NECSS Successes

The 2010 Northeast Conference for Science and Skepticism was a very successful event. Successful in that we sold out the house again this year, and successful in the comments and feedback I’ve received so far from the participants and the audience members.

On a more personal note, it was a success for me, which I [...]