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Problems with Modern Medicine: Too Much Emphasis on Disease, Not Enough on Managing Risk

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 38.1, January/February 2014

Commentary

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The Sacrifice of a Skeptic

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 38.1, January/February 2014

Special Report

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Explanations and Meta-Ideas

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 38.1, January/February 2014

Review

A review of Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking by Daniel Dennett

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The Unexplained Files—TV Mystery-Mongering

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 38.1, January/February 2014

Television Review

A review of The Unexplained Files on The Science Channel

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The Future of High Energy Physics in the United States

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.6, November/December 2013

Special Report

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Psychic Successes or Memory Failures?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.6, November/December 2013

Forum

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How News about ESP Research Shapes Audience Beliefs

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.5, September/October 2013

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NCCAM Responds to ‘Nurturing Non-Science’ Article

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.5, September/October 2013

Follow-up

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Authors Reply to NCCAM Response

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.5, September/October 2013

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Steven Pinker on Violence

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.4, July/August 2013

Interview
Steven Pinker on Violence

Acclaimed Harvard psychologist and best-selling author Steven Pinker was interviewed by Indre Viskontas and Chris Mooney in a rare live edition of Point of Inquiry, the flagship podcast of our Center for Inquiry. Here is the majority of that interview.

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The ‘Psychology Is Science, Not Witchcraft’ Campaign

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.4, July/August 2013

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News and Comment

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.4, July/August 2013

News & Comment

Do You Believe That? Poll Zeroes in on Conspiracy Beliefs/Goat Sacrificed for Chicago Cubs Curse/Sylvia Browne Blunders Again, Telling Mother of Kidnap Victim Amanda Barry She Was Dead/British Businessman Sentenced in Bogus ‘Bomb Detector’ Scam

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Bringing Bayes into Predictions

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.4, July/August 2013

Review

A review of The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail—but Some Don’t by Nate Silver

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Nurturing Non-Science: Startling Concepts in the Education of Physicians

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.3, May/June 2013

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Climate Change Denial in the Classroom

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.3, May/June 2013

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No News Is Good News, but Bad News Is Deadly

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.3, May/June 2013

Review

A review of The Martians Have Landed!: A History of Media-Driven Panics and Hoaxes by Robert E. Bartholomew and Benjamin Radford

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The Elberfeld Horses

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.2, March/April 2013

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Understanding Believers’ Cognitive Dissonance

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.2, March/April 2013

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Closing the Book on ‘Open-Mindedness’

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.2, March/April 2013

Forum

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Perpetual Discussion!

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.2, March/April 2013

Forum

Skeptics Organize in Indonesia

May 6, 2013
Skeptics Organize in Indonesia

Every day in Indonesia you will hear or see psychics, paranormalists, parapsychologists, and pseudoscientists spreading, scaring, and scamming the nation with irrational beliefs and pseudoscience through the media. You will be able to see them planting thoughts into peoples’ heads so that they can offer solutions and take people's money.

It’s the End of the World and They Don’t Feel Fine: The Psychology of December 21, 2012

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

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It’s the End of the World and They Don’t Feel Fine: The Psychology of December 21, 2012

Cognitive science research on belief in the 2012 “apocalypse” demonstrates that dissociative processes contribute directly to this belief through reduction of the “feature-intensive” cognitive processing that would engender appropriate skepticism.

Indignation Is Not Righteous

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

Article

Appeals to righteous indignation or sanctity—which attempt to shield ideas from contemplation, discussion, investigation, or criticism—are common, impede rational discourse, and should be recognized as logical fallacies.

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Mystics, Mycobacterium, and the Gospel of Matthew

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

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The Math Behind the Myths

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

Forum

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Paul Kurtz and the Virtue of Skepticism

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

Paul Kurtz In Memoriam

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Additional Tributes

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

Paul Kurtz In Memoriam

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The Return of Repressed-Memory Satanic Ritual Stories

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.1, January/February 2013

Review

A review of Twenty-Two Faces by Judy Byington.

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End of the World Looms According to Maya’s Calendar

Skeptical Briefs Volume 22.3, Fall 2012

Humor

One Young Man’s Struggle against Louisiana’s Creationist Lobby

January 17, 2013
One Young Man’s Struggle against Louisiana’s Creationist Lobby

When I became a senior in high school, I finally recognized that no one had launched a repeal of the LSEA and no one was going to. For my high school senior project, I decided I had to stand up and take on creationism in Louisiana. I partnered with Senator Karen Carter Peterson, who has now sponsored two bills to repeal the LSEA.

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