Skeptical Inquirer Archives
Bringing Bayes into Predictions
Investigating Plagiarism in New Age Books
Mathematical Explanations and Degrees of Impossibility
News and Comment
Psychic Failure and the Boston Marathon Bombing
The Biography of America’s Lake Monster
The Mystery of the Sicilian Avengers
The ‘Psychology Is Science, Not Witchcraft’ Campaign
UFOs in the Desert, 2013
Vindication of My Notorious ‘Insulting’ Letter to UFOlogist J. Allen Hynek
Violence, Here and Above
Why Gay and Lesbian? A New Proposal
Admiration and Disapprobation
Bigfoot DNA Study: Making an End Run Around Science
Climate Change Denial in the Classroom
Is Interstellar Travel ‘Preposterous’?
No News Is Good News, but Bad News Is Deadly
Nurturing Non-Science: Startling Concepts in the Education of Physicians
Obesity: What Does the Science Really Say?
The Thought Reader Craze
Whose Burden of Proof?
A Good Look at Invisibility
Closing the Book on ‘Open-Mindedness’
Innate Morality? Babies Weigh In
Lessons from a Denver Fly
Scotland Mysteries—Part I: The Silly Ness Monster
The Elberfeld Horses
The Proper Role of Sociology of Science
UFOs Infest Denver, Says Fox TV Affiliate
Understanding Believers’ Cognitive Dissonance
A Powerful and Thoughtful Voice for Skepticism and Humanism
Book of Seasons: An Elegy, for Paul Kurtz
Can We Have Civilized Conversations about Touchy Science Policy Issues?
Courage, Optimism, and Thinking Big: An Exuberant Life Well Lived
Exuberant Champion of the New Enlightenment
Farewell, Fellow Warrior
In Memory of a Most Remarkable Man
Mystics, Mycobacterium, and the Gospel of Matthew
Paul Kurtz and the Virtue of Skepticism
Paul Kurtz, Philosopher, Humanist Leader, and Founder of the Modern Skeptical Movement, Dies at 86
Physicists against Philosophers
Science Journalist Leon Jaroff, Eighty-Five
Science Writers Gone Wild?
Smithsonian-Affiliated National Atomic Testing Museum Promised to Reveal ‘UFO Secrets’
The Math Behind the Myths
The Modern Skeptical Movement Would Not Exist without Him
The Mysterious Bee Deaths
The Return of Repressed-Memory Satanic Ritual Stories
Aztec Saucer Crash Story Rises from the Dead?
A Golden Age of Harmony? Misrepresenting Science and History in the 1001 Inventions Exhibit
Four Realms of Inquiry
Mystery Solved—According to Whom?
National Geographic’s Chasing UFOs—‘Investigation as Farce’
Not So Smart Thinking
Phrenology’s Lessons for Today
Singularity As Pseudoscience
The Higgs Boson and the Future of Physics