Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 35.1
by Klaus Schmeh
For almost 100 years, experts and amateur researchers have tried to solve the riddle of a handwritten book, referred to as the “Voynich manuscript,” comp...
by Joe Nickell
Mineral water, including naturally carbonated water, has long been promoted as a curative for various ailments.
Empirical studies show no evidence for the existence of an aura around humans that supposedly only psychics can see. Why, then, does belief in auras persist?
The notion that magnets can be used for healing has existed since humans discovered them.
Will America's (Foolish) Optimism Stare Down the Recession?
by Harriet Hall
Do those who comment on blogs even read the articles they are responding to? Here is a case study in emotional thinking, ad hominem arguments, logical...