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Skeptical Briefs — Volume 25.3

Fall 2015

Skeptical Activism of the Investigation Network

by William M. London
Volume 25.3, Fall 2015

This is not a group that merely discusses skepticism; it’s a group focused on the intellectual stimulation and fun of skeptical activism in education and investigation.

To Better Understand Science and the Universe: An Interview with Lawrence Krauss

To Better Understand Science and the Universe: An Interview with Lawrence Krauss

by Felipe Nogueira
Volume 25.3, Fall 2015

Skepticism and Science

Lawrence Krauss is a renowned theoretical physicist at Arizona State University. He was one of the first to suggest that most of the energy of the universe resides in empty space, an idea that today is called dark energy.

Murder in the U.S. Capitol and the Ghost of William P. Taulbee

Murder in the U.S. Capitol and the Ghost of William P. Taulbee

by Joe Nickell
Volume 25.3, Fall 2015

Investigative Files

After my centennial article on Taulbee’s assassination appeared (Nickell 1990), I learned of a follow-up claim: Taulbee’s unrequited ghost haunts the steps that are still marked with his blood.

Critical and Thinking: The Ian Harris Interview

Critical and Thinking: The Ian Harris Interview

by Benjamin Radford
Volume 25.3, Fall 2015

A standup comic doing explicitly skeptical material on a regular basis as part of his act is unusual.

Adventures in SkeptiCamp

Adventures in SkeptiCamp

by Susan Gerbic
Volume 25.3, Fall 2015

We need face-to-face interactions. Some of our people tell me that our meetups are where they can be themselves; they don’t have to guard their language, and no subject is taboo.