Re: Debunking pseudoscience: Why horoscopes really work...

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Date: Sun Nov 11 2001 - 01:23:21 GMT

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    Quoting "Wade T. Smith" <>:

    > Hi Philip --
    > >smitherines
    > Now, I know I'm not replying to the main subject of your post, but,
    > for
    > some obvious reasons, I happen to know that it's 'smithereens'....
    > But, just for the fun of it, take a look at
    > astrolgy.html , where my favorite line is - "I can only conclude that
    > astrologers have more influence than the stars do."
    > (And if'n you want, also at ,
    > which is a website of one of the #skeptics on Starchat.)

    Many thanks Wade for these beautiful references. It seems the holders
    of the sites leave room for my hypothesis. Therefore, I would like to know
    their opinions and I have sent them, of which one is Dutch by the way, an
    email containing my hypothesis.


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