As most people know, the Skeptical Science forum was hacked into a couple years ago and its contents were leaked onto the internet. They’ve been in the public realm ever since.
They haven’t been easily accessible, however. You had to download a compressed file contain a number of directories with a bunch of files in each. Even if you found something interesting, you couldn’t link anyone to it because it was a file on your computer. You had to give them the compressed forum and tell them which file to look for. It was tedious.
I’ve decided to fix that problem. I’ve uploaded a copy of the forum’s contents to a webserver so anyone can access or link to any of its contents. You can find the uploaded copy of it here:
I’m sure some people will criticize me for disseminating stolen material, but this has been in the public realm for over two years. Whatever harm may have been done has already been done. Additionally, Skeptical Science freely distributed documents stolen from the Heartland Institute so they have no room to complain when people do the same with theirs.