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300 Times The Limit of Iodine!

12 August 2011 by Rob Tarzwell

You can put your Geiger counter back in the closet.   This is a guest post from Dr. Rob Tarzwell. Dr. Tarzwell is a nuclear medicine specialist (in training) at UBC in Vancouver, and is on the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. He is a CFI advisor. Check out his previous […]

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Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

03 April 2011 by Melany Hamill

Hello Skeptifans. Here’s your Fails and Wins in the media this week. Don’t build more reactors in Clarington: anti-nuclear activist Art sent in this link. The merits of nuclear power are worthy of debate. There are risks and benefits. But much of the debate is based on fear more than facts. Look at this quote: […]

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Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

20 March 2011 by Melany Hamill

Hello skeptifans. I hope you are enjoying your weekend. Here are the latest Fails and Wins. Signs of Atlantis found in southern Spain: scientists Pat and Marion both sent in this story. Once upon a time, Plato told a story that involved the land of Atlantis. This was not a historical account, it was a […]

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