This Weeks Reader November 10, 2007  

Saturday, November 10, 2007

I'm flying out very early and I'll be out of town for the next few days. I'm taking a laptop, but I'm not sure I'll get a chance to post, much less keep up with blog reading or email. I hope all of you have a great weekend.

Below are some posts that I enjoyed reading this week.

Paul at Cafe Philos discusses historical ideologies.

The Mist is reviewed at Horror Movie a Day. This one of the few movies horror movies in a while I'm looking forward to.

International News
At A Wide Angle View of India, Nita posts a story about the inhumane treatment of prisoners and wrongful detention. The story she posts, about a man who was arrested because the incorrect IP address was provided in the case is heart-wrenching.

John Wilkins talks about animals and rights at Evolving Thoughts. I thought the comment posted by Aaron Clausen was especially good.

Trevor Burrus at Symbolic Order lists 10 Reasons Why Christianity is Wrong, an older, classic post and the more recent follow-up.

Greta Christina explains how atheists make C.S. Lewis cry.

At Evolving Thoughts, John Wilkins continues his series of explaining religion with part 4.

PhillyChief at You Made Me Say it discusses religion and health care.

Steven Novella has a story about aliens and demons blowing up toasters in Italy at The Rogue's Gallery.

Peter Popoff is back in the news with comments from James Randi.

At The Rogue's Gallery, Bob Novella discusses cold reading.

At denialism blog, Mark Hoofnagle discusses the origin of HIV in the Americas.

Steven Novella at NeuroLogica Blog explains why the placebo effect is a fallacy.

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