The Science of Why We Don't Believe Science
Basically, an article about research showing people deny scientific evidence, analyzing why, giving some brief ideas on how one might get through that denial. Of particular interest is the part about how the more educated a person becomes, the more likely they are to deny scientific evidence against a firmly held belief (perhaps because of an increased ability to subvert the information, or a sense of self-assurance).
For fun, see if you can apply the implications of the article to the article itself (really, I know people will anyway, especially anyone that's a creationist, climate change denier, or believes in a link between vaccines and autism). Also read the comments and laugh at their futile resistance.
For me, this sort of thing is like the Dunning-Kruger effect in the way it makes me feel self-conscious and insecure.