Re: Debunking pseudoscience: Why horoscopes really work

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Date: Mon Nov 19 2001 - 12:27:59 GMT

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    > Hi Ted, when I come to think of it you're probably right in a strict sense.
    > Without trying to sound fascist, I meant to emphasize however that
    > people without proper scientific or schooling tend to swallow that which has
    > a nice ring to it without engaging in skeptical scrutinous investigation.

    Like the bloody 'evolutionary' psychologists. Thank god though it seems
    the parts of the liberal left have finally realised what it all means
    and has started to get stuck in to them.

      Chris Taylor ( »people»chris

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