Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 38.3
by James McGaha and Joe Nickell
Mount Rainier isn’t just where seminal UFO figure Kenneth Arnold saw “flying saucers” in 1947; the majestic mountain actually plays a more direct role in saucerology.
by Eugenie V. Mielczarek and Brian D. Engler
A study of federal funding advancing naturopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, and energy healing as acceptable medical protocols finds troubling misuse of taxpayer dollars.
by Bill Nye
Bill Nye gives his own first-person view of this much-watched and much-discussed debate, the circumstances surrounding it, his preparations and strategy, and the reasons he decided to take part.
The rational part of my mind recognized almost immediately thereafter that the identification I had come up with was nonsensical. But was it?
by Joe Nickell
Sparking an international media frenzy, a house in Gary, Indiana, was—according to two unnamed “clairvoyants”—besieged by over 200 demons.
Fear is a powerful emotion with clear protective functions. However, fear is not always adaptive.
by Glenn Branch
A review of Intelligently Designed: How Creationists Built the Campaign against Evolution, by Edward Caudill.
Stop Heisenberg Abuse! Three Outrageous Misappropriations of Quantum Physics
UFOs and Cognitive Science: A Case Study
by Matthew J. Sharps
Was Special Creation De-Nye’d?
The Epistemology of Thought Experiments, Part 1
Earthquake Lights Shine Again!
Did Elves Delay Road Construction in Iceland?
Saucer, Saucer, Who’s Got the Saucer?
A review of Inside the Real Area 51: The Secret History of Wright Patterson, by Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt.