Wednesday, February 18, 2009

If you missed it...

Just in case you haven't paid any attention to the links section of this blog (which, by the way, is obviously still being worked upon), I decided to post an entry on a website that I, as a skeptic, have no problem recommending to people. Especially those who are prone to believing in new-age nonsense, or unscientifically accurate things, and claim there isn't any harm in doing so.

The website is What's the Harm?, and it's a good resource for anybody willing to investigate what believing in nonsense can actually lead to. And perhaps it might lead people to skeptically analyze their information from now on, practicing and honing their critical thinking skills. 

1 comment:

  1. A useful site to know about, cheers for the link. Never knew about "breatharianism". Its quite worrying how people can believe this kind of thing. The "Children" section makes for quite distressing reading.