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The Keeper of the Skeptic’s Dictionary: An Interview with Robert Todd Carroll

The Keeper of the Skeptic’s Dictionary: An Interview with Robert Todd Carroll

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
October 18, 2016

It would probably be more fashionable to go out with a bang rather than with a whimper, but at this time, this is as good as it is going to get.

Skeptical Community Mourns the Loss of Robert Todd Carroll

Skeptical Community Mourns the Loss of Robert Todd Carroll

by Susan Gerbic
October 10, 2016

Bob Carroll was exceptional to his family and friends, and I want everyone to know that he was very special to the skeptic community as well.

How to Talk about Conflict of Interest

How to Talk about Conflict of Interest

by Tamar Wilner
Media Mind
October 5, 2016

Most medical meta-studies are either unnecessary, misleading, or wrong

A Questionable Letter of Recommendation for Ear Candling

A Questionable Letter of Recommendation for Ear Candling

by Harriet Hall
SkepDoc's Corner
September 27, 2016

No way am I ever going to put one in my ear. Call me prejudiced… in favor of science and reality.

Fifteen Minutes of Skepticism: The Sunday Papers, An interview with Jay Diamond

Fifteen Minutes of Skepticism: The Sunday Papers, An interview with Jay Diamond

by Susan Gerbic
Online Extras
September 27, 2016

I went on a journey from the worst shape of my life to vastly exceeding my fitness goals and had to wade through mounds of questionable claims to understand which claims were valid.

Alabama School Panic: Is ‘Clown Lockdown’ the New Normal?

Alabama School Panic: Is ‘Clown Lockdown’ the New Normal?

by Benjamin Radford
Special Report
September 22, 2016

Any other time reports of threatening clowns would likely have been ignored or dismissed, but these copycat clown incidents come at a time when very real terroristic threats and school shootings are in the news.

From TAM to CSICon: An Interview with Ray Hall and Katie Dyer

From TAM to CSICon: An Interview with Ray Hall and Katie Dyer

by Susan Gerbic
Online Extras
September 22, 2016

Ray and I have started evaluating the effects of educational interventions on pseudoscience belief. This interest seems shared by skeptics who wonder how to educate others, whether formally or informally.

Return of the Grief Vampire Tyler Henry

Return of the Grief Vampire Tyler Henry

by Susan Gerbic
September 20, 2016

Tyler Henry’s skill lies in his ability to nod in agreement to every statement as if he already knew that. His repertoire of facial expressions is wonderfully entertaining.

Scoping the Sciences

Scoping the Sciences

by LaRae Meadows
September 16, 2016

Scientists and their champions are leveraging Periscope as a tool for making the ravine between scientific ignorance and scientific knowledge narrower in an effort to improve public understanding.

The Challenges of Science Communication: An Interview with Kevin Folta

The Challenges of Science Communication: An Interview with Kevin Folta

by Susan Gerbic
September 15, 2016

People don’t understand that genetic engineering can provide tremendous solutions to contemporary problems and help people and the environment. The average citizen needs to realize that we spend tons of public money to solve problems

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