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Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 26.5

Volume 26.5

September / October 2002

A Skeptical Look at September 11th

A Skeptical Look at September 11th

by Clark R. Chapman and Alan W. Harris
Volume 26.5, September / October 2002

Article

How We Can Defeat Terrorism by Reacting to It More Rationally

Circular Reasoning: The ‘Mystery’ of Crop Circles and Their ‘Orbs’ of Light

Circular Reasoning: The ‘Mystery’ of Crop Circles and Their ‘Orbs’ of Light

by Joe Nickell
Volume 26.5, September / October 2002

Special Report

Since they began to capture media attention in the mid 1970s, crop circles have provided mystery and controversy

Fourth World Skeptics Conference in Burbank a Lively Foment of Ideas

Fourth World Skeptics Conference in Burbank a Lively Foment of Ideas

by Kendrick Frazier and Ben Radford
Volume 26.5, September / October 2002

Article

Scams, intelligent design, urban legends, fringe psychotherapies get critical attention

Ica Stones: Yabba-Dabba-Do!

Ica Stones: Yabba-Dabba-Do!

by Massimo Polidoro
Volume 26.5, September / October 2002

Notes on a Strange World

We all know that humans and dinosaurs actually coexisted, even if that only happened in The Flintstones

Why Was The X-Files So Appealing?

Why Was The X-Files So Appealing?

by Erich Goode
Volume 26.5, September / October 2002

Article

The success of The X-Files was in large part due to its expression of a confluence of three powerful, ancient beliefs