Thursday, June 22, 2006

Lost & found in the Bermuda Triangle

It's Skeptics' Circle #37

Never mind the sea foam, the spinning magnetic compass needles, and the amphibious UFOs. It's the 37th meeting of Skeptics' Circle and it's right in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle. Our hostess is the Autism Diva of California, so we should all be grateful that she was willing to travel all the way from the Golden State to the perilous waters of notorious geometry.

Speaking of geometry—to say nothing of golden—and matters mysterious, we are pleased to report that Halfway There is on the roster for this skeptical outing. The diva chose to include Phi: Good to the last decimal, a discourse on the use and abuse of the golden ratio in Dan Brown's recent bestseller. (Sorry, I forget its title.)

Go join the fun!

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