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Skeptikai Notices (Sep1) – Medicine, sex, memory, and skepticism

Half of GPs are okay with sex with patients, as long as they transfer; you’re more likely to remember your first kiss than losing your virginity; memory influences perception; and an Italian science blogger is sued by a pseudoscience purveyor. Continue reading

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Ignorance is Bliss: How homeopathy works, and why it doesn’t

If fighting fire with fire really works, our firemen are doing it all wrong. Homeopathy logic is not for the weak-stomached. It turns out that the customers who like it have no idea how it works. In fact, they have no idea that it doesn’t work. Continue reading

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