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DC Atheists Meetup Message Board › Recommended websites for more critical thinkers

Recommended websites for more critical thinkers

Alexandria, VA
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Since they were brought up at the August Meetup this past Tuesday, I want to post these websites I recommend for people who think more critically about accepting supernatural beliefs. I became an atheist through critical thinking, and I think others may find it interesting.

The first website is a podcast (with online transcripts if you don't like podcasts) called Skeptoid The url is­ The author, Brian Dunning, explores pop phenomena including religious and supernatural beliefs, and provides an entertaining and informative discussion. He puts out a new podcast weekly, and there are also discussion boards and an e-mail disussion list.

The second website is an online blog with multiple authors that write about skeptical topics called Skepticblog The url is http://skepticblog.or...­ The website's main goal is to get a tv show on air called "The Skeptologists" but provides daily posts covering various topics.

Anybody else have any recommendations?
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