Skeptical Blog Anthology — Seventy-Five Entries And More Needed!
SEVENTY-FIVE ENTRIES! More needed! Get nominating!
Inspired by the annual The Open Laboratory, the Skeptical Blog Anthology is a printed anthology of blog posts voted the very best of 2009, managed by the Young Australian Skeptics in conjunction with the Critical Teaching Education Group (CTEG). The anthology is an attempt to bring a greater awareness of the skeptical content on blog sites and showcase some of the range and diversity in the blogosphere.
REMINDER — Entries cannot be from 2005. They can’t be from 2007. The entry dates are clearly from the 1st January right on up to the 1st of December, 2009. Please keep that in mind, saves us a lot of time! ;)
In other news, yes, it’s already reached seventy-five entries. But we’re after more and it’s up to you. Yes, you can nominate your own entries — do keep in mind that we’re after good reading, so check out the entries on The Open Laboratory to get an idea of length, construct and look over the requirements for content. Feel free to enter as often as you like, to revisit and enter some of the best blog entries from those you visit and enjoy in your RSS reader.
Head to the Skeptical Blog Anthology entry page to take part!
Action Skeptics — A Deeper Level of Criticism
Adventures in Ethics and Science — Friday Sprog Blogging: Great Moments in Skepticism
Amateur Scientist — Doing The Paracast: Turnabout Is Fair Play
The Bronze Blog — Woo Enthymemes #4: The Myth of Passive Observation
Digital Cuttlefish — On Free Will
Digital Cuttlefish — Nathaniel Jeanson, Stealth Ph. D.
Digital Cuttlefish - For Francis Collins: “When God Intervenes“
Effort Sisyphus — DECT Scares
Effort Sisyphus — Skeptic’s Dilemma
Effort Sisyphus — Rights of Passage
Greta Christina’s Blog — Conspiracies and Unshakeable Faith: What Would Convince You That You Were Wrong? Part 2
Happy Jihad’s House of Pancakes — Cell Phone! O Cell Phone! (A Tale)
Happy Jihad’s House of Pancakes — Wherein Bing Shatters the Laws of Probability
Homologous Legs — “The Dispute Over Darwin: Academic Freedom and the ID Movement”
ICBS Everywhere — Clever Dave
ICBS Everywhere — NCCAM = National Scam
ICBS Everywhere — Double-Standards & Justification in Political Decision-Making
ICBS Everywhere — Is Science Winning the Knowledge War?
ICBS Everywhere — Everything We Know is Science Knowledge
ICBS Everywhere — B.S. for Christians… And I’m Not Talking About Religion
ICBS Everywhere — Even More B.S. for Antivaxxers: Homeopathic Alternatives
ICBS Everywhere — B.S. for Type A Personalities: Visual Illusion B.S.
ICBS Everywhere — Veterinary Vaccines-Facts and Fiction
I Doubt It — Bridging the Chasm: Follow Up For Skeptics
Jack of Kent — Derren Brown and His Legal Reasons
Life, The Universe and One Brow - The Foundations of Non-Skeptical Thinking
The Mad Skeptic — Get Your Woo-woo Out of My Bedroom!
The Meming of Life — Mama Don’t Take my Heike Crabs Awaaaay
The Merseyside Skeptics Society — Compulsory Ignorance: More Anti-Vax Propaganda From The AVN
The Merseyside Skeptics Society — Psychic’ Joe Power and the Two-Man-Mob
My Chemical Journey — When Pigs Fly
The NESS — Alternative Engineering
Neurologica Blog — Common CAM Media Myths
Neurologica Blog — Ten Major Flaws of Evolution
On Being A Domestic and Laboratory Goddess — Sex Sells: But Will It Work for Vaccination?
Oot and Aboot with Some Canadian Skeptic — Astrology Fail
Oot and Aboot with Some Canadian Skeptic — The Pro-Homeopaths Strike Back! (or, Charlie Bit Me!)
Pharyngula — The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution
The Quackometer — Top Ten Tips For Creating Your Own New Alternative Medicine
Respectful Insolence — The Gonzalez protocol: Worse than useless for pancreatic cancer
Respectful Insolence — Some “Inconvenient Questions” for Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins Tomorrow
Rationally Speaking — An Evening With Paranormalists
The Rogues’ Gallery — Gorillas In The Midst
The Rogues’ Gallery — Remembering the Holocaust and its Deniers
Science-Based Parenting — Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophy, and Waldorf Woo
Science-Based Parenting — Dateline’s Dose of Controversy is an Opportunity Missed
Skepfeeds — You’re Wrong
The Skeptical Teacher — Evolution in U.S. Public Schools: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
The Skepbitch — Paranormal Punk’d
The Skepbitch - No Sex Please, We’re Ghost Hunters!
The Skepbitch — Skepticism — Going Out of Business?
Skeptic Blogs — Facts are not Anti-Religious
Skeptic In the Mountains — In One’s Mind Eye Lies Iridology
Skeptic in the Mountains — Spot the Myth in Spot Reduction
Skeptic North — Quick Questions With Daniel Loxton
Skeptimedia — Is Atheism a Religion?
Skeptico — Psychic Joe Power Wrong
Stuff and Nonsense — Chiropractic “For Sceptics Only“
Suburban Panic — Evidence: Creationists are doing it wrong
Tech Republic — Ten Habits of Superstitious Users
The Saga of Runolfr — Zentra Happy Pills
Tycho’s Elk — How To Read The Stars
The Mr Science Show — Correlation of the Week: Shark attacks and the Global Financial Crisis
The Mr Science Show — Correlation of the Week: Intelligence and Music Preference
The Mr Science Show - Correlation of the Week: Zombies, Vampires, Democrats and Republicans
The Mr Science Show - Correlation of the Week: Ashes success and El Nino
The Mr Science Show - Correlation of the Week: Eclipses and the economy
The Mr Science Show - Ep 110: Coral, the Stone Henge of the Pacific, and more of the sights, sounds and science of Tonga
Weighty Matters — Hydroxycut — a Case Study in Scumbaggedness
Weird Things — Dembski Still Trying To Play Scientist
Young Australian Skeptics —The Horror
Young Australian Skeptics — Stupid Quote
Young Australian Skeptics — A Different Kind of Fairy
Young Australian Skeptics — Why Gabrielle Carey Is Wrong
Young Australian Skeptics — My Canon is Bigger Than Yours