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Stopping Vaccine Denial: Are We Doing It Wrong?

Stopping Vaccine Denial: Are We Doing It Wrong?

by Rebecca Watson
Skepchick
March 9, 2015

Many people believe the answer is to do everything in our power to teach people the facts that demonstrate the safety and efficacy of vaccines as well as the dangers of avoiding them. The problem with this is that facts may not be as compelling as we want them to be.

A Response to Lars Andersen: A New Level of Archery – Interview with Anna Maltese

A Response to Lars Andersen: A New Level of Archery – Interview with Anna Maltese

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 6, 2015

Anna Maltese, an artist, digital painter and archer, joined forces with long-time skeptical filmmaker John Rael, to produce A Response to Lars Andersen: a New Level of Archery.

The Politics of Science and the Science of Politics

The Politics of Science and the Science of Politics

by Stuart Vyse
Behavior & Belief
March 4, 2015

Or: What Do Bill Maher, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Rand Paul, and Chris Christie Have In Common?

A Scientist In Wonderland – Interview with Edzard Ernst

A Scientist In Wonderland – Interview with Edzard Ernst

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
February 27, 2015

Professor Ernst’s reverence for the pursuit of truth through the application of scientific methods led to an appointment as the world’s first chair in alternative medicine.

Operation Ice Cream Cone

Operation Ice Cream Cone

by Susan Gerbic
February 10, 2015

My goal is two-fold: first to catch a psychic in a hot-read and second to report back in detail to the skeptical community in order to train and encourage others to continue where we left off.

Operation Bumblebee

Operation Bumblebee

by Susan Gerbic
February 5, 2015

“I had the idea if I could prove a hot read, then we might just be able to expose that medium with incontrovertible proof.”

Anti-Science Trends at Mid-Decade

Anti-Science Trends at Mid-Decade

by Stuart Vyse
Behavior & Belief
January 23, 2015

What successes and failures have we encountered in the decade since Controversial Therapies first came out? It seems to me that the results have been decidedly mixed.

Two decades of skepticism in Hungary: A personal view

Two decades of skepticism in Hungary: A personal view

by András G. Pintér
January 22, 2015

“Let me share a few thoughts on how we Hungarians are doing nowadays with our skeptical movement and what I see our greatest challenges to be.”

A szkepticizmus két évtizede Magyarországon - Személyes vélemény

A szkepticizmus két évtizede Magyarországon - Személyes vélemény

by Pintér András Gábor
January 22, 2015

Erre az alapgondolatra építve hadd osszam meg a tisztelt olvasóval néhány észrevételemet arról, hogyan is áll jelenleg a magyar szkeptikus mozgalom, és miben látom a legnagyobb kihívást.

Feeding the Mind—Challenging the Myths—Science Babe

Feeding the Mind—Challenging the Myths—Science Babe

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
January 16, 2015

Yvette Guinevere has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a master’s degree in forensic science. She’s been a chemistry professor, explosives chemist, toxicology chemist, analytical chemist—and has recently taken up running the Science Babe site full time.

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