where to buy Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 I am quite addicted to watching Skeptics justify why “Sun sign” astrology doesn’t work. Scientists are reluctant to take a closer look at this “pseudo” science, and only scratch on the surface when discussing Sun signs. To be honest, some skeptics have stretched their thinking beyond Sun signs, but the majority of “Scientists” still get the old newspaper column out. According to Cosmic Citizen article (excellent blog) we mirror each other in some uncomfortable ways, and we view eachother as the enemy (hisses). Quote below from Cosmic Citzen:
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viagra free This was picked up by Chris French, the token skeptic, who was invited to comment on the talk. He agreed that no-one came out of the “Star Baby” incident very well, but pointed out that many of the criticisms of extreme skepticism (inflexibility, selective presentation of facts, lack of interest in alternative points of veiw, etc.) could also be levelled at extreme ‘Believers’ in the paranormal. He compared this ‘mirroring’ effect with cold-war psychology, where American students saw Russian students as underhand, rotten, dishonest liars without the guts to see the truth and Russian students saw American students as underhand, rotten, dishonest liars without the guts to see the truth.”