This is the (edited) body of an e-mail I sent to The Reality Check. Probably my favourite podcast at present. I got a reply from Elan (my favourite host—everything's coming up Milhouse!) asking if I could post it somewhere so they might link to it in the show notes. That's what this is.
The Society for Science Based Healthcare is taking a closer look at ACC payouts to those claiming for acupuncture.
Another fortnight, another round of ASA complaints released.
Things of interest this time include 4 anti-fluoride that were not upheld, a complaint from @honestuniverse about Health 2000, an upheld Ear Candles complaint by @listay1 and a settled complaint against Simillimum Homeopathic Pharmacy by myself.
So... since I went on the walk some time back the site appears to have fallen into disuse. One of the plans for this year is to reboot the site.
I'm wondering why this made it as a news story at all. The tl;dr; for it would read "Psudeoscience promoter whines about having complaint rejected due to facts."
OK, so this could go in several places, but this is as good as any so I'll just leave this here
You'll be able to find 'em easily by using the YouTube search engine. Here are the channels:
1) geekandsundry (Wil Wheaton hosts a few videos here)
6) Vsauce2 (both Vsauce and Vsauce2 have a lot of cool science related videos)
7) Vsauce3 (gaming related)
Just came across a new Listverse article about why creationism should be taught in schools. (In case you hadn't heard of it before, Listverse provides user created top ten lists about various topics.) They're usually quite good, I reckon, but this one was just terrible.