Well, I’m here. Yes, last night I arrived in Boston for the Society of Surgical Oncology meeting down at the convention center. For any skeptics who might be so inclined the Boston Skeptics are planning a meetup on Saturday, details firming up. No talk this time, but at least we can hang out for a while. There probably won’t be too much drinking on my part, either, because I’ll be flying home Sunday morning, and flying with a hangover is not a good thing. How do I know this? Don’t ask. I am, however, happy not to be in Detroit tonight, given that the Republican debate will be occurring mere blocks from where I work and the area around my university is likely to be a bit crazy. As a result of my being at the meeting, I don’t know if I’ll have any truly epic posts the next few days. Today, I’ll write about, of all things, an incident on Reddit. Now, count me among the people who don’t really “grok” Reddit. I have an account, but I rarely use it. Certainly the interface sucks, and finding anything is just far more trouble than it’s worth most times. I’m… Read full this story
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An antivaccine mother asks for advice on Reddit about how to convince the baby's father not to vaccinate. It doesn't go well. have 280 words, post on scienceblogs.com at March 2, 2016. This is cached page on Vietnam Colors. If you want remove this page, please contact us.