Relevant to Divine Misconceptions:
- “Ghost Stories: Visits from the Deceased”: Evidently hallucinating dead people is normal. This would explain why belief in ghosts is so common.
- “The Truth about Hypocrisy”: This article correctly points out that pointing out someone’s hypocrisy does not automatically mean that person’s arguments are actually wrong. As such, this technique is for the most part a bad rhetorical device, a variation on one of the most infamous dirty tricks, so infamous that its Latin name is commonly known: ad hominem.
- “Hysterical Blindness”
- “Generic heart drugs as good as brand-names”
- “Medical residents need sleep, docs say”
- “Behavioral screening -- the future of airport security?”
- “Life Is A Highway: Study Confirms Cars Have Personality”
- “Odd Comet Possibly from Another Star System ”
- “Cyberchondria: Online Diagnosis Leads to Obsessive Fear”
- “Message in bottle tossed off NJ in '69 found in NC”