Back to Skeptic Summary
Skeptic Summary #11
By The Staff
Posted on: 10/23/2004
CNN capped, more of the debate, home computation projects, forced broadcast, modern Noah, J.R. "Bob" Dobbs and more!
Week ending October 22, 2004 (Vol 1, #11)
Welcome to the Skeptic Summary, a quick week-in-review guide to the Skeptic Friends Network and the rest of the skeptical world.
Crossfire - They might be more picky in choosing their guests after that.Kil’s Evil Pick:
Debunking of Jimi’s points - Otherwise known as round two of the debate.
Distributed computing@home - more CPU power than you can shake a stick at.
Sinclair Broadcast Group - Free speech, or abuse of government-regulated media power?
Editor’s Choice: Noah never had it this good! - But the “boat’ is taking far too long to build.
The Church of the SubGeniusNew Members this Week:
VickiTop Ten Search Engine Referral Phrases This Week:
(Not a member? Become one today!)
- pureinvestor scam
- skeptic friends
- PIPS investment scam
- miracle thaw
- mount st. helens
- bible answer man
- hank hanegraff
- pureinvestor fraud
Elsewhere in the World:
Mr. Rogers’ Ghost Terrorizing ChildrenBook of the Week:
Woman Who Claimed Alien Abduction Dies
What’s New by Bob Park
Got some skeptic news items? Send them to us, and we’ll think about adding them.
Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America, by Barbara Ehrenreich
“Nickel and Dimed reveals low-wage America in all its tenacity, anxiety, and surprising generosity — a land of Big Boxes, fast food, and a thousand desperate strategies for survival. Instantly acclaimed for its insight, humor, and passion, this book is changing the way America perceives its working poor.”
— Book Jacket
More issues of the Skeptic Summary can be found in our archive.
The Skeptic Summary is produced by the staff of the Skeptic Friends Network, copyright 2004, all rights reserved.
Read or Add Comments about the Skeptic Summary