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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?

The “Vise Strategy” Undone: Kitzmiller et al. v. Dover Area School District

by Barbara Forrest
July 31, 2006

In a May 6, 2005, post on his Uncommon Descent blog, intelligent design creationist William Dembski was talking tough.

CSI: Turning from Science to Psychics

by Ben Radford
July 29, 2006

What happens when psychic powers are used for much more important and practical purposes, such as solving crimes?

Among The Bigfooters

by Ben Radford
July 29, 2006

“Some are doubters, some believe, the rest of us just know.”

Is Natural Selection a Tautology?

by Jason Rosenhouse
July 5, 2006

As I write this, Ann Coulter’s new book Godless: The Church of Liberalism is currently number one on the...

Beastly Numbers

by Ben Radford
June 6, 2006

June 6 isn't just any date, it is (or could be) a day of evil and bad luck, a date containing the reputed "Number of the Beast."

Going Nuclear: Frames and Public Opinion about Atomic Energy

by Matt Nisbet
Science and the Media
June 1, 2006

The debate over nuclear energy is back.

Does Evolution Have a Thermodynamics Problem?

by Jason Rosenhouse
May 19, 2006

Writing in a recent issue of the politically conservative magazine The American Spectator...

What Is Science?

by Jason Rosenhouse
May 18, 2006

Proponents of intelligent design (ID) offer a wide array of arguments in defense of their views. These arguments are, without...

Avian Flu and the Surveillance Function of the News Media

Avian Flu and the Surveillance Function of the News Media

by Matt Nisbet
Science and the Media
April 26, 2006

Avian flu remains a topic heavy with scientific uncertainty, yet high in potential risk.

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