Cover Natural News: A Truly Deadly Brand of PseudoscienceIf there was an award for the single greatest hub of pseudoscience on the internet, the website Natural News would well and truly take the crown tin foil hat. Expect to find anti-vaccine paranoia which extends not only to your garden variety antivaxxer favorites such as the debunked link to autism…

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Antiobamacare gyno Why the Anti Obamacare Ads Backfired so SpectacularlyLast year America witnessed some of the most cringe inducing political advertising campaigns of all time, in which the Koch Brothers attempted to convince young Americans to boycott Obamacare. The videos showed a doctor turning into a creepy Uncle Sam waving a speculum during a gynaecological exam…

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Wrong way You Have No Idea How Wrong You AreI’ve just discovered what might just be my new favorite lecture on Youtube. Pseudonymous philosopher Sisyphus Redeemed describes a sample of the many ways we have been wrong throughout history and looks at the implications of our capacity to be certain we are right, when in fact we are wrong. In a…
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Einstein Fairy Tales Fairy Tales: From Fact to FolkloreProfessor Richard Dawkins was once again recently the centre of controversy after the media suggested that he had claimed children should not be read fairy tales:

“I think it’s rather pernicious to inculcate into a child a view of the world which includes supernaturalism…” 
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Get things done productivity 5 ways to be more productiveSolstice might just be my new favourite (non-)holiday.  As the sun peaks its highest excursion relative to the celestial equator, we experience the longest day and the shortest night. This tends to lead us to venture out into the wilderness, stay up all night and watch the sunrise with friends. It…
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