Skeptics’ Circle #68

Skeptics' Circle Twister

The 68th Skeptics’ Circle is up now over at Aardvarchaeology.

One of the posts that caught my eye was Greta Christina’s A Self-Referential Game of Twister: What Religion Looks Like From the Outside. Here’s just one excerpt:

Science has a built-in self-correcting mechanism; religion has the opposite, a built-in self-perpetuating mechanism that actively resists correction.

I also read an article about spiritualist camps over at the Bad Idea Blog, but what really caught my eye was a different article on that site. It turns out that the Virgin Mary appears on a garage door in Pennsylvania every evening!

If you squint, you might be able to pretend there's a shape that could be misconstrued as the Virgin Mary.

If you bathe in the oil puddle on the garage floor, will all of your ailments be cured?

One Response to “Skeptics’ Circle #68”

  1. Bad Says:

    Emperor Palpatine is trying to tell us something.