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Fake Turin Shroud Deceives National Geographic Author

Fake Turin Shroud Deceives National Geographic Author

by Joe Nickell
April 23, 2015

Science—and truth—have come under attack by an online article that bears the imprimatur of National Geographic.

Taking Back Skepticism

Taking Back Skepticism

by John Cook
April 22, 2015

Skepticism is at the heart of the scientific method. Genuine skeptics don’t come to conclusions until they’ve considered the full body of evidence. In contrast, people who deny well-established science come to conclusions first, and then reject any evidence that conflicts with their beliefs.

Skeptical Ambassador

Skeptical Ambassador

by Jim Underdown
April 16, 2015

Sometimes we become so embroiled in our own affairs that we forget there are skeptic and humanist allies all over the world and things to see that underscore our causes. And so I was reminded on a recent trip to Cape Town, South Africa via London, England.

Ideology Versus Public Health

Ideology Versus Public Health

by Stuart Vyse
Behavior & Belief
April 10, 2015

Indiana has been in the news lately, and most of what we’re hearing isn’t good.

“You Are Smart!” on Radio

“You Are Smart!” on Radio

by Bill Oxley
March 20, 2015

“You Are Smart,” a daily feature for commercial radio, made its national debut recently with host, Jim Underdown, executive director of CFI–LA and founder of the Independent Investigations Group (IIG).

Will This New Study Help End Schizophrenia?

Will This New Study Help End Schizophrenia?

by Carrie Poppy
Poppycock
March 19, 2015

This fall’s announcement that schizophrenia is likely not one, but as many as eight disorders, could impact treatment for almost as many Americans as there are people in Los Angeles.

Art of Saving a Life – Interview with Alexia Sinclair

Art of Saving a Life – Interview with Alexia Sinclair

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 16, 2015

At first glance, you might think that Australian artist Alexia Sinclair has produced a photo for a glossy fashion magazine. The glamorous, fantasy-like image is of three people – but one of them is being inoculated.

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?

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