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Greater Houston Skeptic Society Message Board › What's The Harm?

What's The Harm?

A former member
Post #: 220
This is an interesting little website. http://whatstheharm.n...­ It collects stories about people who have been injured or killed due to beliefs about religion, medicine, the supernatural, pseudo-science, etc. Example:A guy died handling snakes in church leaving his five children as orphans. His wife had already died from doing the same thing! The website has links to all of the stories like this one. http://www.cnn.com/US...­
A former member
Post #: 2
I read a few of these stories - I am summarily mortified.
A former member
Post #: 223
I read a few of these stories - I am summarily mortified.

Yes I think the stories that disturb me the most are the ones about parents killing their children by denying them medical care. crying
Naomi
user 7881900
Spring, TX
Post #: 60
The guy that runs this site, Tim Farley (known on the JREF forums, Twitter, and other places as @krelnik) is a friend of mine and a really great guy. If you ever have news items, he will includes them if you send them to the email on his web site. On Twitter, he does a daily 'This Day in Skeptic History" and does a 5 minute bit on the podcast Skepticality.
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