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Skeptikai’s 2012 Year-End Review (July – December)

The year has come to an end, and it’s time to look back at some of my favourite pieces from 2012. The latter...

Skeptikai’s 2012 Year-End Review (January – June)

The year has come to an end, and it’s time to look back at some of my favourite pieces from 2012. The first...

Skeptikai Reaches 100k! …Impressive or not?

Skeptikai started in January 2011, and I’m happy to say that it has grown substantially every few months. First with bursts of a...

Skeptikai Reaches Another Milestone! – Admitting Being Wrong

I made a mistake. I recently published a post critiquing a research article on the notion of “gaydar,” investigating whether or not it...

The Social Network Wars in Japan – Mixi, Twitter, and Facebook

The popularity of Facebook is growing to such proportions that it has some people worried that it’s “killing local social networks around the...

Blogging is Good for Your Memory

If you want to transform your body into an athletic shape, you can play an exciting sport or develop a workout routine. If you...

Skeptikai Turns One Year Old! And My Top 10 Picks

One year ago today, Skeptikai became a reality. Since then, a hell of a lot has happened. Obviously I never expected the March...

Truth and Fantasy, and the SOPA bill

I have good news and potentially very bad news. First, the good news.I am happy to announce the opening of Truth and Fantasy,...

Skeptikai Becomes a Blip!

A few days ago, Skeptikai reached 10,000 hits. That is, either the same person kept clicking on the same few pages over and...

What Is The Difference Between Correlation And Causation?

It is quite easy, and quite common, to get different words and terminologies mixed up. Though the English language does indeed contain many words...

Skeptikai on Twitter

Since I’m constantly told how great Twitter is, I decided to join a week ago. I’m not sure how it will affect my...

Living in a Radioactive Japan

Since yesterday morning, the situation in Japan has become much more serious, which is hard to believe considering the damage already done. The...

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