Geoffrey Dean, PhD, is a British technical editor living in Perth, Western Australia. He is a fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and a contributor to four Prometheus Books, including Skeptical Odysseys. He and his associates are best known for critical studies into astrology since the 1970s and the skeptical website www.astrology-and-science.com.
Does Astrology Need to Be True? A Thirty-Year Update
Thirty years ago, although dozens of tests had been mostly negative, astrologers said critics had ignored serious astrology. Now there are hundreds of tests, some of them even heroic. Has anything changed?
In the nineteenth century, phrenology was hugely influential despite being totally invalid. Its history shows why we must be skeptical of any belief based solely on experience.
Car Carma Car-tastrophe
In December 2006, Lee Romanov, the president of the Toronto-based insurancehotline.com, announced the results of her survey...
Saving a Disenchanted World with Astrology?
Review of Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View. By Richard Tarnas.
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