Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 39.2
by Charles S. Reichardt and Ian A. Saari
Among those who believe the Bible is the word of God, those with more formal education are less likely to believe in human evolution than those with less education.
by James McGaha and Joe Nickell
Investigations show that famous nighttime “alien light” sightings were all due to objects in the sky, but not the extraterrestrial spacecraft UFO enthusiasts imagined.
Just over forty years ago, the world was awash in unexamined paranormalism. But a scientific response to all the nonsense was beginning to brew.
An eighty-six-year-old skeptic, secular humanist, and atheist, Randi has investigated paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims for much of his career.
by Joe Nickell
On April 27, 2014, two former popes—John XXIII (Angelo Roncalli, 1881–1963) and John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla, 1920–2005)—were made saints of the Roman Catholic Church. But how are saints created?
Evolution: The Big and the Small of It
by Edouard Harris and Jérémie Harris
Yes, But How Do You Explain This?
by Stephen Carey
The Case of Gorter v. SKEPP: Court Says: ‘Quack’ Can Be Called ‘Quack’ Again
by Willem Betz
Africa’s Satanic Panic
by Marc E. Fitch
A Few Changes, and with Randi Down Under
The Great Stone Face and Other Nonmysteries
Scientist Photographs Plastic Alien at Area 51
Enter the Boy Wonder, Part 1 – Randi vs. Geller: How the Giant Battle Began
The Skepticism of Clara Peller
Skeptical Psychology between Two Covers
Anomalistic Psychology: Exploring Paranormal Beliefs & Experience by Christopher C. French and Anna Stone.
Conspiracy Theories throughout American History
by Peter Huston
The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory by Jesse Walker.
When Genealogy Gets Distorted
by Kristin E. Harley
The Invisible History of the Human Race: How DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures by Christine Kenneally.