Postitive Thinking – December’s Skeptical Topic

Every month I (and anyone else who wants to join me) will be exploring one topic that’s commonly looked at by skeptics, to try to get a good feel for it. I/we’ll be looking at the arguments for and against the subject, reading blogs or listening to podcasts to do with both sides of the issue, and trying to gain an understanding of what science says on the topic.

In mid-November I posted a poll asking what the first subject should be and the winner was positive thinking, so all throughout December I’ll be getting better acquainted with the idea that by thinking positively you can improve your life, heal yourself, and attract good fortune. Of course I’ll also be blogging about it!

If anyone has any suggestions for resources I’d love to hear them!

So far, Gem Newman of Startled Disbelief has agreed to join me. If anyone else would like to join us let me know and I’ll link to your blog. By the way, the Winnipeg Free Press did a fantastic piece on Gem and the Winnipeg Skeptics in today’s paper. It’s rare to see a skeptical group written about so fairly and accurately, I love it!


3 Responses to “Postitive Thinking – December’s Skeptical Topic”

  1. 1 The Pick Man December 1, 2010 at 4:32 am

    What an amazing piece for a newspaper to publish; well done the Winnipeg Free Press. It’s almost as though Gem wrote it himself. Perhaps he did. If that’s the case let Carolin Vesety take the credit and long live lazy journalism.

  2. 2 Gem Newman December 1, 2010 at 10:06 am

    Did you happen to see today’s xkcd?

    Coincidence? I think so.

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