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Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 22.1

Volume 22.1

January / February 1998

The Ghost Planet

The Ghost Planet

by Terence Hines
Volume 22.1, January / February 1998

Book Review

The planet Vulcan? Hey, wasn't that just a made-up planet Gene Roddenberry created for Star Trek?

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

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

by Mike R. Powell
Volume 22.1, January / February 1998

Article

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

Open Minds and the Argument from Ignorance

Open Minds and the Argument from Ignorance

by Jonathan E. Adler
Volume 22.1, January / February 1998

Article

Arguments from ignorance fallaciously infer that since a hypothesis has not been disproved, it is reasonable to believe it.

E-mailed Antigens and Iridium’s Iridescence

E-mailed Antigens and Iridium’s Iridescence

by Robert Sheaffer
Volume 22.1, January / February 1998

Psychic Vibrations

Many readers of this magazine will no doubt recall the 1988 fiasco of so-called “memory water”...

Snow Job in the Himalayas

Snow Job in the Himalayas

by Joseph P. Szimhart
Volume 22.1, January / February 1998

Book Review

Review of Snowboarding to Nirvana By Frederick Lenz