Tag Archives: education

  1. Lucky Used Book Find “Spook Crooks!”

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    February 1, 2015 by kittynh

    I’ve had a lot of luck over the years finding vintage paranormal books at my favorite used book store, Homestead …
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  2. Guest Post – Is the Modern Skeptical Movement Actually Necessary?

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    April 13, 2014 by kittynh

    My most welcome guest blogger is Jon Clafin, a wonderful friend via FB and I hope to meet him someday. …
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  3. Z talk radio skeptic, on air skepticism amidst the woo

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    February 27, 2014 by kittynh

    Jim Fitzsimons is a skeptic with a radio show on a paranormal site.  My own belief is that it is …
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  4. Christian to Atheist “You are so closed minded!” (Nye-Ham Debate)

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    February 9, 2014 by kittynh

    My friend Don Lacey kindly offered to help out with the blog this week.  Here is his take on the …
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  5. Teaching Darwin to Children, a vintage view

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    November 24, 2013 by kittynh

    I am a devotee of used book stores.  I was recently enjoying the children’s section of my favorite of these …
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  6. Betty Hill’s Junior

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    October 23, 2013 by kittynh

    This is “Junior” the well loved alien head sculpted by Marjorie Fish (who also constructed the “star map” based on …
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  7. “Fairy Tales, Fairly Told” still fundraising for skeptic education!

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    August 1, 2013 by kittynh

    Skeptic fairy tales for children (and adults) for sale at TAM 2013.  As usual all the money was donated to …
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