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Not necessarily. Here are some very useful places where you can find regular musings by people who agree with the principles which drive The Green Light.
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Comments censored from the anti-vaccination Age of Autism site
"This blog explores the topic of the psychology of climate change denial - with observations and anecdotes about our weird and disturbed response to the problem. It seeks to answer a question that has puzzled me for years: why, when the evidence is so strong, and so many agree that this is our greatest problem, are we doing so little about climate change?"
"Dr. Ramey is a vocal advocate for the application of science to medicine, and, as such, for the welfare of the horse. Thus, he has been a frequent critic of practices that lack good science, such as the diverse therapies collectively known as “alternative” medicine, needless nutritional supplementation, or conventional therapies that lack scientific support"
"Here we will discuss the problem of denialists, their standard arguing techniques, how to identify denialists and/or cranks, and discuss topics of general interest such as skepticism, medicine, law and science"
"a website looking at pseudoscientific, non-evidence based healthcare in Australia"
Things I think about
"Records and reflections of a layperson skeptic with an interest in evidence based medicine"
"Because Crazy Never Sleeps"
"My hope is to create a place where the non-believers stories can be published, in a completely safe environment, which doesn’t judge its participants in any way. This is an internet “safehouse” for those who fear coming out, an a place to share stories, freedoms and inspirations that atheism allows you"
"Experiments and Thoughts on Quackery, Health Beliefs and Pseudoscience"
A science teacher's way to spread education about science.
"A Skeptical Raptor’s native environment is the jungles of the internet, where junk science, pseudoscience, myths, logical fallacies, and outright lies survive unchecked. The Raptor has evolved over several million years to hunt down these anti-science prey, attempting to remove them from the internet gene pool. Remember, a Raptor is missing some table manners, so the prey may not be treated very nicely"
How to react to libel threats. Specifically applies to UK law, but has relevance everywhere.
"A skeptical look at alternative medicine and related issues"
"Examining hoaxes, scams, controversies, rumours, schemes, bizarre ideas, bogus products, disinformation, misinformation, impractical jokes, literary fraud, and anything else that smells bad"