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  •  Here is why that is difficult (2+ / 0-)
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    northsylvania, Words In Action

    We would really need to freep the nominating process along with the public voting ballot. The fossil fools come out in force during the nomination process to make sure the skeptic sites make the cut to the most frequently nominated list. We could get behind the nomination of a particular site or sites like Skeptical Science or Real Climate, but still have the problem of the finalists being dominated by skeptical sites and then have to freep the polls (one vote per email address). It still does nothing for all the terrific science blogs out there who deserve recognition and visibility. That is why I would like to AAAS or other science societies create their own awards for science blogs.

    Be radical in your compassion.

    by DWG on Tue Mar 05, 2013 at 04:50:45 PM PST

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    •  I don't think it'd work. (0+ / 0-)

      This list is so flawed it might as well just have the good sites like S.S. and ours taken off......S.S. doesn't DESERVE to be mentioned in the same light as Steven Goddard, the asshole denier.

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