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The War of the Weasels

The War of the Weasels

by Dave Thomas
Volume 34.3, May / June 2010

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Or “How an Intelligent Design Theorist was Bested in a Public Math Competition by a Genetic Algorithm!”

Review of “Evolution: How We and All Living Things Came to Be” by Daniel Loxton

by Ben Radford
Volume 34.3, May / June 2010

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Two very different books about evolution crossed my desk recently. The first, by Richard Dawkins, is titled The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence...

2012: Not a Complete Disaster

2012: Not a Complete Disaster

by Ben Radford
Volume 34.1, January / February 2010

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One might be excused for wondering what, exactly, German director Roland Emmerich has against the United States...

Court Vindicates Doctor Who Questioned Fertility Study

by The Editors
Volume 34.1, January / February 2010

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A study was published in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine claiming that prayers from the USA, Canada, and Australia...

Creation: A Cinematic Look at Charles Darwin

by Ben Radford
Volume 34.1, January / February 2010

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The new film Creation, which opens January 22, tells the true story of the circumstances surrounding Charles Darwin's crowning creation...

Edmund (Pseudo) Scientific Sells ‘Ghost Detectors’

Edmund (Pseudo) Scientific Sells ‘Ghost Detectors’

by Matt Lowry
Volume 34.1, January / February 2010

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Edmund Scientific is actively marketing and selling paranormal woo-woo on their Web site.

Alternate Cover

Alternate Cover

by csicop.org
Volume 33.6, November / December 2009

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Alternate Cover for Issue 33.6, November / December 2009

Ask the Outlaw Skeptic

by csicop.org
Volume 33.6, November / December 2009

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What is a "skeptoid" anyway?

Editor’s Note

by Ben Radford
Volume 33.6, November / December 2009

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There are, of course, dozens more skeptics out there whose names may be slightly less familiar but whose contributions...