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Kendrick Frazier is editor of the Skeptical Inquirer and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is editor of several anthologies, including Science Under Siege: Defending Science, Exposing Pseudoscience.

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Is Science Gaining New Ground?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.2, March / April 2007

Article

The tone and character of the science vs. religion debate, a perennial source of conflict, seems recently to have shifted...

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Science, God, and (Non)Belief

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.2, March / April 2007

From the Editor

The intersection of science and religion has grasped and stimulated the minds and emotions of great thinkers for centuries...

For the God Question, a Biological Perspective

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.2, March / April 2007

Review
For the God Question, a Biological Perspective

That a book so forthrightly titled could reach the best seller lists may tell us something about a shifting cultural climate.

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Energy Department Will End Most Polygraph Testing

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.1, January / February 2007

News & Comment

After years of controversy, ranging from complaints from national labs' scientists to a critical National Academy of Sciences...

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It’s CSI Now, Not CSICOP

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.1, January / February 2007

Editorial

CSICOP's name has been shortened. The Executive Council of CSICOP has formally adopted a shorter name for the organization...

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Men of the Cosmos

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.1, January / February 2007

From the Editor

It seems entirely fitting that our cover article in appreciation of Carl Sagan is written by David Morrison.

Do They Have Your Numb3r?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.1, January / February 2007

Article
Do They Have Your Numb3r?

CBS's popular Friday night drama uses mathematics, reason, and rationality to help the FBI solve major crime mysteries.

It’s CSI Now, Not CSICOP

December 4, 2006

The Executive Council of CSICOP has formally adopted a shorter name for the organization: Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

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Recent Deaths

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.6, November / December 2006

News & Comment

Obituaries for James Harvey Young and Karl T. Pflock

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Leakey Fights Church Campaign to Downgrade Kenya Museum’s Human Fossils

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.6, November / December 2006

News & Comment

Famed paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey is giving no quarter to powerful evangelical church leaders who are pressing Kenya's...

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Art, Science, and Creativity

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.6, November / December 2006

From the Editor

Art stimulated my early interest in science. Chesley Bonestell's stunning paintings envisioning Earth from orbit...

Leakey Fights Church Campaign to Downgrade Kenya Museum’s Human Fossils

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.6, November / December 2006

News & Comment
Leakey Fights Church Campaign to Downgrade Kenya Museum’s Human Fossils

Paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey is giving no quarter to evangelical leaders who are pressing Kenyas national museum...

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The Vigorous Science of Evolution

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.5, September / October 2006

From the Editor

I received a letter the other day that got me thinking...

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Explanatory Frameworks and Investigative Exposés

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.4, July / August 2006

From the Editor

For every issue of SI we try to provide a nourishing variety of material. First, there's the variety of types of material...

In Defense of the Higher Values

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.4, July / August 2006

Comment and Opinion

When Paul Kurtz brought us to Buffalo 30 ago to found CSICOP, the nation was awash in what he called "The New Irrationalisms."

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U.S. ‘Out on a Limb by Ourselves’ in Evolution Rejection, Jon Miller Tells AAAS

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.3, May / June 2006

News & Comment

Americans do embrace science and technology, says Jon D. Miller of Northwestern--with the notable exception of evolution.

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AAAS Events, Statement Expound Evolution, Decry ID

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.3, May / June 2006

News & Comment

If this year's meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science is any guide, no one can complain...

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Are We Alone? A Searching Look at SETI

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.3, May / June 2006

From the Editor

Are we alone in the Universe? The question reverberates across the centuries. But the generations alive today are the first...

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Evolution Science’s Top Story of the Year

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.2, March / April 2006

News & Comment

Each December, the editors of Science magazine, one of the world's leading scientific journals, review the most...

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In Landmark Dover Decision, Judge Rules ID Is Not Science, Teaching It Is Unconstitutional

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.2, March / April 2006

News & Comment

It was clear, strong, eloquent, and decisive. It ruled broadly on the merits of the case. And it dealt a stinging rebuke to...

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Court Decision in Dover Case a Victory for Good Science

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.2, March / April 2006

From the Editor

The court decision in the Dover Intelligent Design case is cause for jubilation. For all of us who care deeply about science...

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SI Editor Kendrick Frazier Elected a Fellow of the AAAS

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.1, January / February 2006

News & Comment

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected Kendrick Frazier, Editor of...

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Memory Wars and Monster Stories

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.1, January / February 2006

From the Editor

Cases involving dubious claims of recovered memories of supposed past abuses brought out in therapy--often under hypnosis or...

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Top 25 Science Questions: A Stimulating List of What We Don’t Know

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.6, November / December 2005

News & Comment

Science thrives on seeking solutions to unanswered questions.

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Velikovsky Papers to Princeton University

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.6, November / December 2005

News & Comment

The papers of Russian-born American author Immanuel Velikovsky have a new home in the Princeton University Library.

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Evolution and the ID Wars

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.6, November / December 2005

From the Editor

We devote the core of this issue to Evolution and the ID Wars. The "Intelligent Design" movement is the most pernicious...

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Obesity Epidemic? Elixirs of Life? Where’s the Truth?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.5, September / October 2005

From the Editor

Are we in the midst of an obesity epidemic? And if so, what does that mean for our health, really?

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Time for Science to Go on the Offense

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.4, July / August 2005

From the Editor

We have seen another turbulent several months in science's latest battles with the evolution-deniers.

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Science, Seeing, and Cosmological Worldviews

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.3, May / June 2005

From the Editor

Ray Hyman's cover article describes tests he, Wiseman, and Skolnick carried out on the so-called Russian "girl with X-ray eyes."

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New Government Peer Review Leaves Cold Fusion Still Out in the Cold

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.2, March / April 2005

News & Comment

A new government peer review of scientific claims for cold fusion has left the matter pretty much where it was fifteen years...

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