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The Sciences

Bits and pieces, part n

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitMarch 25, 2009 3:57 AM

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A few things: 1) I have been informed by my blogdaughter (I showed her how to get socially networked at an American Astronomical Society meeting last year!) Alice that her blog Alice's AstroInfo has moved to a new URL (that link goes to the current address). So update your links if you haven't yet, and/or drop her in your feed reader if you haven't been reading her stuff. 2) Skepticamp guy Reed Esau tells me that there are two Camps this weekend: one in Phoenix (with the truly awesome Michael Stackpole), and one in Vancouver Canadia. 3) I've mentioned this before, but just a reminder that 100 Hours of Astronomy is coming up in early April. Get ready. 4) Also, as many people have noted, I wonder if amateur exorcist and Louisiana doomer Bobby Jindal is scratching his head over volcano monitoring now?

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