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Jan 13, 2014
and the orbiting Russell's teapot.
Nov 2, 2013
Scepticism as a method of questioning is theoretically healthy, but scepticism as a worlview is actually very unhealthy. Sceptics are only ever sceptical of things that oppose the standard scientific worldview. They are not at all concerned with finding truth, all they want to debunk anything that is 'out there'. Really they are just a bunch of hack conjurers who like to play at being scientists. Don't believe me? Here is a youtube video of a scientist saying the same thing:

Mar 6, 2013
Skepticism is a very healthy mental outlook, frostythesnowman! If you don't agree, it will only cost you fifty dollars to come see the witch hiding in my attic or the invisible spray l have for your car that protects against tax audits. Expectthose with extraordinary claims to provide extraordinary evidence before you believe, and your view of reality will be the one most likely to mesh with actual reality.
May 17, 2011
Sceptic is the British (and hence traditional Australian spelling) of skeptic (or at least used to be) - and is pronounced the same way. Maybe you were thinking of septic.
Jul 2, 2010
Oops. Sorry about the mispelling. Funny how two words that are totaly diffrent can be separated by one letter. Where it says sceptic I mean skeptic.
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