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Here is a list of web sites that I've found interesting, entertaining, or otherwise useful. Select one of the categories on the right. These links are here mainly for my own benefit but you might find them useful. Links open in a new window.

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Stats
A non-partisan and non-profit group focusing on the use and abuse of science and statistics in the media. Their goals are to correct scientific misinformation in the media and in public policy resulting from bad science, politics, or a simple lack of information or knowledge; and to act as a resource for journalists and policy makers on major scientific issues and controversies.

The Register
I.T. news website. What's happening in the world of I.T.

VNU Net
The latest UK technology news, reviews and downloads.

The Smoking Gun
Information obtained from government and law enforcement sources via Freedom of Information requests and from court files across the USA.

The Best Web Page in the Universe
In the author's words: "This page is about me and why everything I like is great. If you disagree with anything you find on this page, you are wrong." If you're easily offended look elsewhere.

The Onion
An amusing look at world current affairs.

Eight Ball Magazine
An amusing and slightly twisted view of the world in current affairs.

Oddly Enough
Strange-but-true stories from around the world, courtesy of Reuters.

Reuters Oddly Enough
Strange-but-true stories from around the world.

Fark
Fark is a news aggregator. Fark receives about 2000 news submissions daily and the funny and weird notable news of the day is chosen to appear on the site.

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British House of Commons Science and Technology Committee report on homeopathy

 The British House of Commons Science and Technology Committee conclude that "It is unacceptable for the MHRA to license placebo products -- in this case sugar pills -- conferring upon them some of the status of medicines." and recommend that "Homeopathy should not be funded on the NHS..." 



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