We’re Back

As you can see, Science-Based Medicine is now back online and fully functional. We have moved to a new host and a faster dedicated server. It seems that our problem was just that we outgrew our previous host.

Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. We will now resume our usual schedule of postings.

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10 thoughts on “We’re Back

  1. Tsuken says:


    Oh, and first comment on new host. Go me. ;-)

  2. Michelle B says:

    Most excellent that you outgrew your previous host. Welcome back.

  3. salzberg says:

    It’s great to have you back, but the “reference” section isn’t working yet. I was looking for the vaccines and autism page at and got a “not found” page. Sorry to bear bad news ;-).

  4. The reference section is being worked on right now and will be back up soon.

  5. Beaulieu says:

    We are most definitely glad to have you back. I was going through withdrawal there for a bit.

  6. ama says:

    Hi, folks,
    good to hear that it is only technical problems.

    We also are tunneling to a new universe…


  7. ama says:

    The new system is too slow for my typing. :-)


  8. jsjohnson says:

    I’m picking up a blank entries RSS with Firefox 3.5. The comments RSS works fine.

  9. jsjohnson says:

    RSS still broken for me – anyone else? Firefox 3.5 shows a blank page for the entries RSS. If I do View Source on the page, I can see that there is data there, but Firefox can’t display it.

    I tried the W3C online RSS validator (, and it shows a bunch of errors.

    Google Reader can display things despite the errors.

    Could someone check this to see if its fixable?

  10. jsjohnson says:

    Huh. It’s working now. Woot! Thanks to whoever, or to the cosmic rays if things just fixed themselves.

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