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Well 2010 has come and gone, and I am looking forward to another great year in science and skepticism. Your support and interest in science and my half-informed ramblings is fantastically appreciated. Remember to add your email to the subscription list, or follow me on Twitter under the name @Sci_Phile, as I will also update followers with every new post there as well. In the spirit of new year resolutions, I welcome and encourage comments/criticism for the year going forward. But to move forward we first have to look back, so below are the top 15 most viewed posts for 2010. Thanks again for your readership!

  1. Balance Bracelet Bogus
    [Follow Up] Damn Balance Bracelets!
  2. How “What The Bleep Do We Know” Ignores Science
  3. What Evolution Looks Like After 12 Years of Lutheran School
  4. How Science Defends Homosexuality
  5. The 10% Brain Use Myth
  6. What Does it Mean to be a Skeptic?
  7. Is Your Life in the Stars?: Why Astrology is Pseudoscience
  8. Jurassic Ark: How Creationists Sneak Dinosaurs into the Bible
  9. I am the Homeopathy Vandal!: How Homeopathy is Pseudoscience
  10. The Stigma of Atheism
  11. The Cult Checklist
  12. On Explaining the Safety of Vaccination
  13. Chiropractic Pseudoscience
  14. Ancient Chinese Secret Huh?: How Acupuncture is Pseudoscience
  15. Do You Know Jesus From Joseph Smith?: Religion and Intelligence
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