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Intuitor
  A site designed to promote Physics education and Critical Thinking. Includes a group of reviews and articles on bad science (mostly bad Physics) in movies. Very entertaining for those so entertained!

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29th March 2007
Penn and Teller
  The official website of Penn & Teller, a duo of stage illusionists and comedians.  
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11th January 2006
Richard Wiseman's Quirkology
  Companion website to the book Quirkology.

‘Quirkology’ is a term coined by Prof Richard Wiseman to refer to psychological research that is quirky. Much of this work uses mainstream methods to investigate unusual topics, or unusual methods to investigate mainstream topics.

The official Quirkology website has loads of online experiments you can participate in, plus video clips and animations.

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2nd May 2007
Rinderpest.com
  A collection of humor blogs. Posts are written in essay, rant, slice of life, etc. format by a group of talented humorists and/or prison inmates on weekend furlough. And on Wednesdays, free pie.
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11th January 2006
Websurdity
  Dedicated to satirizing the Weird, the Bizarre, the Silly, and the Absurd of the Internet -- from a skeptical point of view.

http://www.websurdity.com

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17th September 2006
 


 
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