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Volume 22.4

July / August 1998

Biomagnetic Pseudoscience and Nonsense Claims

Miguel A. Sabadell

Magnetic Therapy: Plausible Attraction?

James D. Livingston

Planting a Seed of Doubt

Elie A. Shneour

Talking to Heaven — Who’s Answering?

Joe Nickell

Volume 22.3

May / June 1998

Abduction by Aliens or Sleep Paralysis?

Susan Blackmore

Demolishing the Roswell ‘Alien’ Myth

Dave Thomas

Gray Barker: My Friend, the Myth-Maker

John C. Sherwood

Multiple Personality Disorder: Witchcraft Survives in the Twentieth Century

August Piper Jr.

Volume 22.2

March / April 1998

Bible-Code Developments

Dave Thomas

A Case of ‘SHC’ Demystified

Joe Nickell

Fiery Tales That Spontaneously Destruct

Joe Nickell

A Mind at Play: An Interview with Martin Gardner

Kendrick Frazier

Why the World Is Not My Idea ... or George’s

Ralph Estling

Volume 22.1

January / February 1998

E-mailed Antigens and Iridium’s Iridescence

Robert Sheaffer

The Ghost Planet

Terence Hines

Magnetic Water and Fuel Treatment: Myth, Magic, or Mainstream Science?

Mike R. Powell

Open Minds and the Argument from Ignorance

Jonathan E. Adler

Snow Job in the Himalayas

Joseph P. Szimhart

Volume 21.6

November / December 1997

The Battle Between Political Agendas and Science

Gwen A. Burda

Hidden Messages and The Bible Code

Dave Thomas

Science, Scientism, and Anti-Science in the Age of Preposterism

Susan Haack

Volume 21.5

September / October 1997

Alternative Medicine and the Laws of Physics

Robert L. Park

Dark Skies Uses Pseudo-Sagan to Recast Astronomer’s Motives

C. Eugene Emery Jr.

Skeptical Simpsons Episode Spoofs Aliens, Pseudoscience

Mike Brown

The Truth Is, They Never Were ‘Saucers’

Robert Sheaffer

Why Bogus Therapies Seem to Work

Barry L. Beyerstein