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The Sciences

Skeptical bloggings

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitSeptember 15, 2008 3:24 AM

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The Skeptics Circle -- a carnival of skeptic blogging -- is up at Bob Carroll's Skeptic Dictionary site. Bob has decided to shame all other carnival hosts by fitting all the entries into a Nostradamus theme. But then, this was predicted by Nostradamus himself in the fourth quatrain of the sixth volume: On the lucky anniversary of the fall of the kings, A doubter will make the false fit true, Claims against nature exposed to light, Nostradamus is full of crap. Hey, it's as legit as anything else he ever wrote.

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