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2016 SkS Weekly News Roundup #26

Posted on 25 June 2016 by John Hartz

A chronological listing of the news articles posted on the Skeptical Science Facebook page during the past week.

Sun June 19, 2016

Mon June 20, 2016

Tue June 21, 2016

Wed June 22, 2016

Thu June 23, 2016

Fri June 24, 2016

Sat June 25, 2016

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  1. Hello John,

    again deep bow for your work (you know that one, though),

    but relating to your thought that splitting up this fabulous list into more parts would be more user friendly: not so for me: I know, that you usually post this here on the weekend, so I can read it then (when I have a little more time) and if I do not have enough time, I can come back to this one defined point and continue reading ..

    Also, if I try to convince yet another person of this website, I usually send some graphics, some link to debunking (science), some to psychology of denial and a link to the latest weekly list you provide: having one full week to get an impression is just the right amount, and the week implies that there might be a next week ..

    In other words: it's perfect.
    I go to SkS daily, but to your list, I go many times, until done.

    Jonas
    Munich; Software Developer, hobby gardener: 60m2 for vegetables in official city organic farming project, which I support by a private internet forum which I feed with e.g. by rain measurements, minimum temperature measurements in spring, hints for plagues, harvesting, etc. (people often live in some distance). From time to time I allow myself to repost some teaser + link to SkS or one of your linked articles or other there and in other places. Climate is a topic I can "sell" to gardeners as a relevant thing (which it is, unfortunately, even in moderate climates like my home).

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    Moderator Response:

    Jonas:

    Is your comment directed at me?

    If so, I do not recall suggesting that the current version of the Weekly News Roundup be split into more parts. 

    Thank you for you positive feedback and for all that you do. 

    John Hartz

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