Another poll. This time, about this blog. I’ve written over 640 articles over the past 2 ½ years, 3-4 a week. It’s fun, mostly. About 360 of those articles are on vaccines, vaccination, and you know, those who don’t like… Read More »The skeptical subjects of your desire
Dorit Reiss just graciously published a couple of articles for the Skeptical Raptor discussing some of the legal issues surrounding whether hospitals can make vaccinations mandatory for healthcare workers. I’d like to know what you think.
The evidence that vaccines are not linked to autism is compelling and overwhelming. And there has never been much evidence supporting the link (unless you buy into bad journals and withdrawn articles). So, is this story finally dead?
Serious question (occasionally, this will happen). Not that I will change how I describe the typical vaccine denier, but I might. This is my not-nearly-complete list of descriptions I’ve heard (or used, or both) with respect to your typical antivaccine… Read More »What is the best descriptions of antivaccinationists?
Please choose your favorite shill. Or not. If you have remarks, comments or complaints, just put them in the comments at the bottom. If I missed a category, please tell me that, I’ll try to remember it for future polls.
There hasn’t been a poll here for awhile. Let’s have a fun one.
One of the things that drive pro-science types crazy (amongst a few hundred things, but still let me proceed) is when someone who seems to be rational about a scientific idea, then drop a bomb that they accept something so… Read More »Poll: which scientific principle do you accept or reject
Polling pastors on evolution–National Center for Science Education There are a few interesting points regarding this poll: The poll was commissioned by LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, a rather conservative Christian denomination. I’m concerned about the inherent… Read More »Polling pastors on evolution | NCSE