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It’s CSI Now, Not CSICOP

by Kendrick Frazier
December 4, 2006

The Executive Council of CSICOP has formally adopted a shorter name for the organization: Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

New Directions for Skeptical Inquiry

by Paul Kurtz
December 4, 2006

CSICOP has reached an historic juncture: the recognition that there is a critical need to change our direction.

Who Designed the Designer?

by Jason Rosenhouse
November 3, 2006

The existence of complex contrivances like computers or automobiles is routinely explained via the intelligent action of...

Ghost Photos: Scams, Slipups, and Spirits

Ghost Photos: Scams, Slipups, and Spirits

by Ben Radford
November 3, 2006

One thing that ghosts, Bigfoot, and UFOs have in common is a lack of hard evidence for their existence.

Use and Abuse of the Fossil Record: The Case of the ‘Fish-ibian’

Use and Abuse of the Fossil Record: The Case of the ‘Fish-ibian’

by Penny Higgins
September 13, 2006

A common argument of creationism is that no transitional forms between major organismal groups.

Use and Abuse of the Fossil Record: Defining Terms

Use and Abuse of the Fossil Record: Defining Terms

by Penny Higgins
September 9, 2006

A common argument of creationism is that no transitional forms between major organismal groups...

Shame on Shamus Sham

Shame on Shamus Sham

by Joe Nickell
August 24, 2006

In addition to the portrait, Allison predicted the killer would have "connections" to Germany and Georgia, and gave details.

How Do You Spot A Bad Scientific Argument?

by Jason Rosenhouse
August 22, 2006

Anti-evolutionists are skillful at burying the weaknesses of their arguments beneath a wealth of scientific jargon.

The Next Big Storm

by Matt Nisbet and Chris Mooney
Science and the Media
August 3, 2006

Can Scientists and Journalists Work Together to Improve Coverage of the Hurricane-Global Warming Controversy?

The Next Big Storm

by Chris Mooney and Matthew Nisbet
Doubt and About
August 3, 2006

Can Scientists and Journalists Work Together to Improve Coverage of the Hurricane-Global Warming Controversy?

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