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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.

The Curse of Clarity Returns!

by Tom Flynn
Volume 5.2, June 1995

Beyond Belief

Effects technology has made countless strides since Star Wars launched the revolution in 1977...

Caveat Specter

Caveat Specter

by Tim Madigan
Volume 5.2, June 1995

If you're planning to sell a home in New York State, there are a few things you should notify the prospective buyer about.

Risk Factor

Risk Factor

by Lewis Jones
Volume 5.1, March 1995

Inklings

In London, there is a digital mechanism that changes its display every minute. (Call it the Bell Prompt if you like.)

Paranormal in China

by Wu Xianghong
Volume 5.1, March 1995

Every evening in an open area furnished with several pine trees, I wander from the new library of our university...

Scientific Illiteracy in the Press

by Milton Rothman
Volume 5.1, March 1995

Reality Check

I’m the first to admit it: I have not made a scientific, double-blind study of this phenomenon.

The Curse of Clarity

The Curse of Clarity

by Tom Flynn
Volume 5.1, March 1995

Beyond Belief

One of the best effects shots of the 1930s is a pilot's-eye view as his plane screamed over the New York skyline toward Kong...

Foibles and Fallacies

by Milton Rothman
Volume 4.4, December 1994

Reality Check

Recently I pulled myself kicking and screaming into the nineties by subscribing to the Prodigy information service.

Nutty Professors, or Some Addled Academics?

by Robert Baker
Volume 4.4, December 1994

A Skeptic's Notebook

Observers of the passing parade not so long ago used to refer to certain periods or times of the year as "the silly season."

If Looks Could Kill and Words Could Heal

by Robert Baker
Volume 4.3, September 1994

A Skeptic's Notebook

There'd be a lot more dead and a lot fewer sick people around

Tachyons and Other Nonentities

by Milton Rothman
Volume 4.3, September 1994

Reality Check

Sliding across my desk recently came a copy of a full-page ad that had appeared in a journal called Pacific Spirit...

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