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Laughing Goats and Scowling Sheep: Humor in Paranormal Discourse

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 36.1, January/February 2012

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Information Literacy and Conspiracy Theories

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 36.1, January/February 2012

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Tripping on the Trebuchet: An Interview with George Hrab

Skeptical Briefs Volume 21.1, Spring 2011

Interviews
Tripping on the Trebuchet: An Interview with George Hrab

Musician and skeptic George Hrab recently sat down with Skeptical Briefs to discuss his latest album, Trebuchet, his Geologic Show at Dragon*Con, and why bald guys are just plain smarter than everyone else.

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Digital Clock Numerology

Skeptical Briefs Volume 21.1, Spring 2011

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The All-Dressed-Up-and-Going-Nowhere Ghosts

Skeptical Briefs Volume 21.1, Spring 2011

Civilizations Lost and Found: Fabricating History - Part Two: False Messages in Stone

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.6, November/December 2011

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Civilizations Lost and Found: Fabricating History - Part Two: False Messages in Stone

The documentary Lost Civilizations of North America presents a distorted picture of American prehistory. The archaeological evidence presented to support notions of ancient pre-Columbian contact consists of long-discredited frauds.

Disputing ‘Seven Deadly Medical Hypotheses’

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.6, November/December 2011

Follow-up

This collection of letters was previously posted as an Online Extra. Read it in CSI's Special Articles section »

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Paranormal Misinterpretations of Vision Phenomena

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.6, November/December 2011

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9/11: Perspectives from a Decade Later

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.6, November/December 2011

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Civilizations Lost and Found: Fabricating History - Part One: An Alternate Reality

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

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Civilizations Lost and Found: Fabricating History - Part One: An Alternate Reality

The Lost Civilizations of North America documentary is one in a long line of failed attempts to populate America’s ancient past with the denizens of lost tribes, lost cities, and, as its title indicates, lost civilizations.

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An Ambitious, Hopeful Response to 9/11

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

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When the Shrinks Ignore Science, Sue Them

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

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The Flying Spaghetti Monster and the Pastafarian Quatrains

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

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A Flawed Attempt to Reconcile Religion and Science

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

Book Review

A review of The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions by Karl W. Giberson and Francis S. Collins

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A Modern Fable about Science and Religion

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.5, September/October 2011

Book Review

A review of The Monkey Bible: A Modern Allegory by Mark Laxer

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The Psychic and I

Skeptical Briefs Volume 20.4, December 2010

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Hungry for Life: Caloric Restriction and Science

Skeptical Briefs Volume 20.4, December 2010

The Inception of the Polish Sceptics Club

November 18, 2011
The Inception of the Polish Sceptics Club

In 2010 (the best year for Polish charity), we were able to donate 43 million PLN to improve early cancer diagnosis in children. That’s forty-six times less than the money Polish people have thrown away for fortune tellers. This comparison quite effectively shows the preferences and beliefs of an average Pole.

Hello, Grandmother—What Big Eyes You Have

November 16, 2011
Hello, Grandmother—What Big Eyes You Have

A review of Little Red Riding Hood (DVD).

Introducing the Menrva Foundation for Science and Reason

November 9, 2011
Introducing the Menrva Foundation for Science and Reason

Founded in 2011, the Menrva Foundation for Science and Reason is striving to popularize science in Indonesia.

A Bestiary of the 9/11 Truth Movement: Notes from the Front Line

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.4, July/August 2011

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A Bestiary of the 9/11 Truth Movement: Notes from the Front Line

Two social scientists describe their experience confronting the 9/11 Truth movement in the United Kingdom after they published a paper linking conspiracy theories with extremist ideology.

A Slam-Dunk Debunk

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 35.4, July/August 2011

Book Review
A Slam-Dunk Debunk

A review of Tracking the Chupacabra: The Vampire Beast in Fact, Fiction, and Folklore by Benjamin Radford

Statement From CSI/CFI on Walmart’s Marketing of a Homeopathic Flu Remedy

January 25, 2011
Statement From CSI/CFI on Walmart’s Marketing of a Homeopathic Flu Remedy

Statement from the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and the Center for Inquiry on Walmart’s marketing of a homeopathic flu remedy

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When Does a Person Become a Human Subject?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 34.1, January / February 2010

Follow-up

Sensitivity to human subjects issues is important and praiseworthy, but there is some confusion regarding the formal definition of human subjects research.

Alternate Cover

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 33.6, November / December 2009

Online Extra
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Ask the Outlaw Skeptic

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 33.6, November / December 2009

Online Extra

What is a "skeptoid" anyway?

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Does Subliminal Persuasion Work? It Depends on Your Motivation and Awareness.

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 33.5, September / October 2009

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Recent psychological research provides more answers about why and when subliminal information can influence...

The British Centre for Science Education (BCSE)

December 11, 2006

The British Centre for Science Education is a newly formed organisation with the primary purpose of stopping the teaching of...

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A Sweedish Professorship in Parapsychology

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.4, July / August 2006

News & Comment

When the Danish margarine manufacturer Poul Thorsen died in 1962, he had recently bequeathed a large sum of money for...

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Palm Readers, Stargazers, and Scientists: A Critique of Futurism

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.5, September / October 2005

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Scientific Futurism is not that different from psychic futurism. It serves many of the same purposes and is subject to many...

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