The Skeptics' Circle has just been published at Ionian Enchantment. It's a special Chiroquacktic edition!
The 100th Skeptics' Circle is up at Orac's place, including a post by me that I didn't even submit. How did he know? He must be psychic.
Wow - the Skeptics' Circle is 100 years old. What? It's every two weeks? OK well that's still nearly four years - pretty good.
The 68th Skeptics Circle has just been posted at Aardvarchaeology, in a refreshingly straightforward format. Nice one Martin.
Nothing there from me this time, but plenty of other good skeptical posts for your edification.
The 67th Skeptics Circle has just been posted at The Bronze Blog. Bronze Dog has assembled a team of combat robots to tackle wooism in this edition. I think this picture is supposed to be me. (It’s the letter “S” that gives it away.)
I’m back. I guess no one noticed I’d been away, but I have been. Away from my computer. Surprisingly the place stayed pretty tidy – no woos descended to party despite the doors being open and no one home. Good.
You’ve probably all seen it by now, but in case you haven’t take a stroll over to The Skeptical Alchemist to read the 64th Skeptics’ Circle. There was even an entry from me there this week.
Well, I failed. Despite my good intentions another two weeks has passed and I still didn’t manage to post anything. It’s true I have been especially busy recently, but I have to admit the main reason for my lack of posts has been my lack of desire or motivation to write anything. I have taken a break before and returned with new stuff, and I intend to do so again. Still, in the mean time there is no reason to miss out on skeptical blogging, because the 62nd Skeptics' Circle has just been posted at Polite Company. Click the link for the best skeptical blogging from the last two weeks. And check back here soon. Honestly.
Edited to add:
There is also the Carnival of the Godless today – so more than enough reading.
When you’ve read that, Pharyngula has a carnival exposing the absurd Ken Ham Creation Museum – “it's not science... but merely a series of Bible stories dolled up in dioramas”. PZ links to (if my rough count is correct) about 70 blog posts exposing Ham’s lies.
Unfortunately I haven’t had time recently to post anything for either of these carnivals, but I’m going to try really hard to find the time to post something before the next Skeptics’ Circle. Honest!