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Review of How to Train Your Dragon

Review of How to Train Your Dragon

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
April 16, 2010

Children’s movies, especially those meant for small children, tell more about a society and their values than any other film genre. The emotional reaction of...

A Psychometry Reading

A Psychometry Reading

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
April 12, 2010

Metaphysical Fairs are places where immortality and the end of the world are compatible…

Freedom of Inquiry and Other Medieval Notions

Freedom of Inquiry and Other Medieval Notions

by Austin Dacey
Circumnavigations
April 2, 2010

Did the pope accidentally prepare the way for the coming of science?

The ‘Token Skeptic’ at the Rise of Atheism—Global Atheist Convention, Melbourne, Australia

The ‘Token Skeptic’ at the Rise of Atheism—Global Atheist Convention, Melbourne, Australia

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 31, 2010

Kylie Sturgess relates her experience as a skeptic attending the Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, Australia.

Review of Repo Men

Review of Repo Men

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
March 23, 2010

In a world where corporations own people (or parts of them), falling behind on payments is a matter of life and death. Repo Men is like a NASCAR...

The Internet and the Republic of Skepticism, Part One

by Barrett Brown
All Info All Ways
March 18, 2010

Having recently found myself in need of an anecdote with which to make some allegedly clever point about man's track record in predicting his own...

Interview with Bruce M. Hood

Interview with Bruce M. Hood

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 5, 2010

Interview with the director of the Bristol Cognitive Development Centre in the experimental psychology department at the University of Bristol.

Skepticism: Going out of Business?

Skepticism: Going out of Business?

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
March 2, 2010

To Be or Not to Be—Is That the Question?

Facilitated Communication with Coma Patient Is Fabricated

by Willem Betz
February 22, 2010

The "faciliated communication" with Rom Houben, a Belgian man who allegedly was trapped in his body for twenty-three years, turns out to be fictional.

Review of The Wolfman

Review of The Wolfman

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
February 19, 2010

It takes only one fateful bite to turn from ordinary theater actor into The Wolfman...

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