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A couple of blogs
RayvenAlandria
Here are a couple of blogs I tend to check in on...

http://scienceblo...

Abby is an HIV researcher. She's a darlin'.

http://scienceblo...haryngula/

PZ always seems to stumble across interesting things. I try to check his blog every few days.
 
neilmarr
www.jesusneverexi... is the only site other than AtheistAlliance and now AtheissToday that I visiton a daily basis.

Discussion is often profound and (to an amatuer of my lowly level), quite fascinating and enlightening. Not without it's sharp humour, though.

A huge bonus is the online version of Ken Humphrey's superb and lengthy book 'Jesus Never Existed'.

Another valuable site I pop into every week or so to learn more from the learned is http://archaeolog...dbot.com/. The 'Olld World' thread there where biblical archaeology is under the microscope is an eye-opener.

Cheers. Neil

PS: at both these suggested sites, you will recognise some old friends (most notably Seeker). N
 
seeker
Grin Yeah I've had a bit of fun on those two sites. I was thinking of inviting Minimalist here, I think he'd fit in pretty well
 
neilmarr
Min would be a real bonus, Seeker. He knows his stuff and his sharp wit pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. Neil
 
seeker
I may give some time for some of the regulars to settle in. I can just imagine Min in discussion with Photon or JD, could be fun.
 
catman
I got a big laugh out of Forced Vacation, Day 1 on the scienceblogs.com site. Great!
 
Bob of QF
RayvenAlandria wrote:
Here are a couple of blogs I tend to check in on...

http://scienceblo...

Abby is an HIV researcher. She's a darlin'.

http://scienceblo...haryngula/

PZ always seems to stumble across interesting things. I try to check his blog every few days.



Well.

I was gonna post those exact two myself, but you already did. Pfft

I second the comments, above-- excellent.

Although myself, I tend to check on ERV's site every few days, as she does not update it daily.

PZ's pharyngula has daily or more updates, most times, thus I check in there more often.
 
seeker
Welcome Bob at QF. Fell freee to introduce yourself on the introductions thread
 
Skeeve
Great Minds Think AlikeSmile

I put PZs link on the Links page on the first day, heh.

By all means, add to our list of links by posting any you'd like to share.
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine
 
RayvenAlandria
Yeah Bob, I think Abby (ERV) is too busy to blog every day. I am waiting for her to email me back about coming to visit our group in Tulsa. I'm hoping she can make it, but she may be too busy. Abby is very cool.
 
RayvenAlandria
PZ's site is great. I'm so glad he takes the time to blog. I think the technique of teachers and scientists using the internet to reach the general public is an excellent idea. It may spark a new interest in the sciences.

Skeeve and I bumped into each other at PZ's while posting in the crackergate threads. I'm surprised he even saw my post, there were thousands to read. I am sure I missed some excellent posts because I simply didn't have time to read them all.
 
Bob of QF
RayvenAlandria wrote:
Yeah Bob, I think Abby (ERV) is too busy to blog every day. I am waiting for her to email me back about coming to visit our group in Tulsa. I'm hoping she can make it, but she may be too busy. Abby is very cool.


Too cool.

Did you see her and PZ's discussion, about a week or three back?

I'll see if I can find a linky... just a sec...

...well that took longer that I thought.

Here's the link to PZ's site:

http://scienceblo..._on_tv.php

Here's the direct link to bloggerheads:

http://blogginghe...logs/12740

You get to see AND hear both PZ and Abbie Smith.

Too cool.
Quantum Junction: Use both lanes

Reality is that which is left, after you stop believing.
 
RayvenAlandria
Oh yes, I watched the video a while back. It was great. Her dog was pretty well behaved during such a long show. I remember back when she adopted him. She posted a thread at the newsgroup we used to both post at asking for name suggestions. She was like a proud new mamma, it was cute.

I was a little worried, because he's frikkin' huge and a pit bull, but it seems that he is a bug marshmallow. I'm really glad she has him now. He would scare off any stalkers or intruders.
 
neilmarr
If you pop into YouTube and key in John Armstrong, you'll find a bunch of about forty Skeptical Bible Studies videos. Well worth a little time. John also has a website and book called God-vs-The Bible (he's a deist, but we needn't hold it against him). Cheers. Neil

PS: for general anti-religious rants (with sharp humour and no holds barred), I'd highly recommend YouTube's Pat Condell videos. N
 
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