Skeptical Inquirer Archives
Everything You Know about Being Rh-Negative Is Wrong
Fake News and Fake Science in the Age of Misinformation
Helping Teachers Teach Evolution in the United States
Research into Astrology Made Accessible
Science and History Get Personal
Some Queensland Mysteries
Still ‘Amazing’: A Conversation with James Randi, Part 2
Surviving the Misinformation Age
Vaccines, Autism, and the Promotion of Irrelevant Research: A Science-Pseudoscience Analysis
Your Unlearning Report
CSICon 2016: Las Vegas
Let Your Questioning Start with Wikipedia
The Delectable Myths of Healthy and Healthier Obesity
The John Maddox Prize Nomination for Elizabeth Loftus
The Scientist and the Philosopher
‘UFO Disclosure’ Fizzles Again in 2016
Consensus: Could Two Hundred Scientists Be Wrong?
Creationism in Europe
‘Mirage Men’—Disinformation Agents or Just a Mirage?
Notable Articles about the Creation of CSICOP and Skeptical Inquirer
No Time for Certainty
Project Greenglow: How Horizon Lost the Message in the Medium
The Story of the Gene
Houdini and the Cancer of Superstition
MUFON Gets into the Bigfoot Business
‘M’ Is for Mysterious Marks
Nuclear Power and the Psychology of Evaluating Risk
Alternative Medicine Is a Playground for Apologists
Dog Behavior: Beneath the Veneer of ‘Man’s Best Friend’
Issues in Science and Skepticism
Ley Lines: Investigating on Site
Playing to an Empty Room: Ghost Hunting and ‘Singapore Theory’
Skepticism Evolves—and So Does the Paranormal
The Better Angels of Our Nature vs. the Internet
Time to Upgrade the Skeptical Operating System. Reboot.
‘UFO Disclosure’ Happening Again This Year
Why I Am Optimistic about the Future of Skepticism
Why Science and Religion are Irreconcilable
William Tell: Myth or Reality?
Dear Readers, This Is about You . . . and Us
Does E = mc2 Imply Mysticism?
Does the Universe Revolve around Me?
Egging the Equator
Good News for Grouches: Happiness May Be Overrated
Obesity: ‘Fat Chance’ or Failure of Sincerity?
The Do’s and Don’ts of Trusting Science