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Skeptical Briefs

The Skeptical Briefs newsletter is only available to Associate Members of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. It is published four times per year (in March, June, September, and December), and includes articles; news from skeptical groups across the country and around the world; and regular columnists Joe Nickell ("Investigative Files"), Lewis Jones ("Inklings"), Victor Stenger ("Reality Check"), Henry Huber ("Group News"); and Benjamin Radford ("Briefs Briefs"). It also includes a Hidden Messages puzzle in each issue by New Mexico physicist and skeptic David E. Thomas.

High School Confidential

by Tim Madigan
Volume 7.1, March 1997

As president of the Western New York Skeptics, I am sometimes called upon to critique local paranormal claims.

Psychics and Missing Children in Belgium

by Tim Trachet
Volume 7.1, March 1997

Belgium has been shaken in the last several months by a series of tragic disappearances of children.

Harried by “Hellions” in Taiwan

by Monty Vierra
Volume 7.1, March 1997

Most readers are probably familiar with a number of Asian practices, such as Zen meditation and acupuncture...

Spontaneous Human Nonsense

by Joe Nickell
Volume 6.4, December 1996

Investigative Files

Follow up to the earlier article in Skeptical Inquirer

How Do They Do That?

by Lewis Jones
Volume 6.4, December 1996

Inklings

When the British Medical Association published its first report on "Alternative Therapy," it pointed out...

Pseudoscience on the Internet

by Milton Rothman
Volume 6.4, December 1996

Reality Check

Pseudoscience has become more sophisticated and, perhaps, more mainstream than it used to be.

Lexicon of Unnaturalistic Alternatives

Lexicon of Unnaturalistic Alternatives

by Gary Posner
Volume 6.4, December 1996

Book Review

Everything you could ever want to know about alternative healthcare can be found in this one handy little book.

Nessie Hoax Redux II

by Joe Nickell
Volume 6.3, September 1996

Investigative Files

A reader's response

World Skeptics Congress Draws Over 1200 Participants

World Skeptics Congress Draws Over 1200 Participants

by Tom Flynn with Tim Gorski
Volume 6.3, September 1996

More than twelve hundred skeptics representing some twenty-four countries flocked here for the "20th birthday party" of CSICOP.

On the Internet

by Milton Rothman
Volume 6.3, September 1996

Reality Check

Some time ago, I subscribed to Prodigy and spent many bemused hours corresponding with denizens of their physics bulletin board.

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