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Introduce your favorite source for Skepitcal News

Many of us not only don't follow the same Web sites, but have not even heard of some of the most valuable Skeptical resources out there.  Let us all know your favorite Skeptical Web site or news source.

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  • Jonathon

    Folks, I'm not trying to be the Ra-Ra Cheerleader here, but it was really a lot of fun on Monday. To the point though... the Web sites most recommended for science and Skepticism (in no particular order):;;;;;;; JREF (; Neurologicablog (;; Quackcast (; Skepticality (; Monstertalk (; Pharyngula (;;;;;;;;; This is a good start

    1 · February 20, 2013

  • Peter H.

    Probably "The Skeptics Guide to the Universe" or PZ Meyers's blog.

    February 11, 2013

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