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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.

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.

CSICOP Holds Workshop in San Diego

CSICOP Holds Workshop in San Diego

by The Editors
Volume 6.2, June 1996

A workshop on "Feats of the Wonder Workers" was held on March 23 and 24, 1996, at the Regency Plaza Hotel in San Diego.

Scientific Remote Viewing

by Robert Baker
Volume 6.2, June 1996

A Skeptic's Notebook

Historians of the next century will no doubt regard January 1996 as the period of the greatest breakthrough in all of history.

Israel: Where the Paranormal Is Normal

by Eric Lee
Volume 6.2, June 1996

I should begin by saying that this has always been a land in which the paranormal is normal.

Levengood’s Crop-Circle Plant Research

by Joe Nickell
Volume 6.2, June 1996

Investigative Files

The question of bias is important since Levengood's attitudes and assumptions reveal him as a partisan crop-circle "believer."

NBC’s Origins Show

by Dave Thomas
Volume 6.1, March 1996

Quality science was nowhere to be found during the Feb. 25th, 1996 NBC broadcast entitled The Mysterious Origins of Man

Nessie Hoax Redux

by Joe Nickell
Volume 6.1, March 1996

Investigative Files

In 1934, a photo of "Nessie," the fabled Loch Ness Monster, was allegedly snapped by a London gynecologist named Robert Wilson.

Psychics, Physics and Magnets

by Milton Rothman
Volume 6.1, March 1996

Reality Check

A wonderful document has wafted its way across my desk. It is either a press release or a scientific abstract...

Improving Scientific Literacy

by Robert Baker
Volume 6.1, March 1996

Book Review

Review of The Myth Of Scientific Literacy by Morris H. Shamos

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