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Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 20.1

Volume 20.1

January / February 1996

Science and Reason in Film and Television

Science and Reason in Film and Television

by William Evans
Volume 20.1, January / February 1996

Article

Recent media portrayals of science and pseudoscience imply that skepticism is no longer useful and may even be dangerous.

A Surgeon’s View: Alien Autopsy’s Overwhelming Lack of Credibility

A Surgeon’s View: Alien Autopsy’s Overwhelming Lack of Credibility

by Joseph A. Bauer
Volume 20.1, January / February 1996

Special Report

It is easier to create a hoax than to unmask one. But the question "Why?" exposes the the autopsy film as a fabrication.

Looking Up To Logic

by Bryan Farha
Volume 20.1, January / February 1996

Forum

Why does the UFO phenomenon seem to change the thinking process of so many?