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Selling and Promoting Alternative Medicine Around Campus

There is a lot that is wrong in the world today, and this is far from the worst problem. But it has been bugging me for several months now: my old university sells homeopathic medicine in its drugstore. Most readers of the Skepchick Network will know what homeopathy is, but …

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Homeopathic Pill Bottles
Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz – Education, Diluted

A baby has been had and the relentless first few months are over, so it’s time to write for School of Doubt again!   It’s World Homeopathy Awareness Week, apparently. Sugar pill peddlers across the globe will be spreading the good word, making sure that we are all fully educated …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 17 September 2013

Good morning! Here is a grab-bag of articles for today’s Required Readings: -Atheists in London set up a “godless congregation,” expand to broadcast services in other cities. -Rachel Held Evans tells atheists that she won’t think Richard Dawkins speaks for all atheists… so long as atheists don’t think that Pat …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 15 September 2013

Homeopathy colleges, colleges and veils and measles’ spread in the US. Good morning everyone, hope you have a nice day, enjoy reading and don’t let indignation get you! Stand Up for Science – don’t let children be brainwashed. 2 Jewish groups get state violation notices for slaughtering chickens – there’s …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 7 July 2013

Good morning everyone! I’ll start the day off with some nice tidbits of information I hope will be interesting for everyone. A psychic actually won a fraud trial, alternative medicine attracts many Africans (but not only them of course), and the USA’s struggle to teach evolution. The art of science …

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