Guide to the Logical Fallacies
A classic source for info on dishonest arguing, and how to recognize it.
Several logical fallacies
are commonly used by AATers, including False Dilemma, Attacking the Person
(argumentum ad hominem), Hasty Generalization, Unrepresentative Sample,
False Analogy, Slothful Induction, Fallacy of Exclusion, Subverted Support,
Non-support, and the ever-popular Straw Man.
If this link is not working, try Art Russell's page below -- the basic info about the logical fallacies is the same.
Art Russell's similar page on logical fallacies
River Apes (Algis Kuliukas' pro-AAT/H site)
Also contains his criticisms of my site.
An excellent write-up of the Fred Hoyle and Archaeopteryx affair in the Talk Origins FAQ.
Project Gutenberg is one those
things the web should be about, offering online, downloadable texts from
many public domain books, including most of Darwin's books.
A must bookmark.
The Telson Spur
A collection of links, only more than the sum of its parts.
A great place to find science info, info about the web and how to use it, or for when you just want to surf and exercise your mind.