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There are many sites on the web which amaze visitors because of general stupidity, lack of logic, or just plain detachment from reality. The sites listed below provide some sensible answers to the craziness. (You can see a collection of buffoons at The Millenium Project.)

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Are you a quack?

Australasian Science magazine (Peter Bowditch)

109 articles I wrote over 16 years for Australasian Science magazine.

Australian Skeptics

Australian Skeptics Blog at Yahoo!7 (Peter Bowditch)

38 articles I wrote for Yahoo!7.

Bad Psychics

Carl Sagan's Baloney Detection Kit

Carl Sagan's classic essay on the identification of nonsense.

Pseudodoxia Epidemica : or, Enquiries Into very many Received Tenents And commonly presumed Truths. (Sir Thomas Browne)

Sir Thomas Browne's great 1646 treatise on fallible thinking and self-deception.

Refuting the Most Common Feminist Lies and Pseudo-Scholarship (Robert Sheaffer)

Skeptical Inquirer

The Skeptic's Dictionary (Robert T. Carroll)

"A Collection of Strange Beliefs, Amusing Deceptions, and Dangerous Delusions"

The Skeptic's Field Guide (Jef and Theo Clark)

The Skeptics Society (Michael Shermer)

Urban Legends Reference Pages (Snopes)

What's The Harm? (Tim Farley)

The Woo-Woo Credo

The rules you need to follow to be a genuine Internet woo-woo or kook.

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