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From Manchester to Antarctica: Protesting Online and Worldwide

From Manchester to Antarctica: Protesting Online and Worldwide

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 24, 2011

An Interview with Paul Willis

Paranormal Paramours

Paranormal Paramours

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
March 14, 2011

Things that go bump in the night

Critical Thinking in the Classroom and Beyond

Critical Thinking in the Classroom and Beyond

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
March 10, 2011

An Interview with Michael Blanford of the James Randi Educational Foundation

Live Report: Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear, a Plea for Reason

Live Report: Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear, a Plea for Reason

by Benjamin Wolozin
Online Extras
February 25, 2011

Dr. Benjamin Wolozin shares his thoughts and photos from October's Washington, DC event.

When “Big Pharma” Makes It  Tough to be a Skeptic

When “Big Pharma” Makes It Tough to be a Skeptic

by Rebecca Watson
Skepchick
February 25, 2011

But this is what it means to be a skeptic – doing your research and understanding that an industry can be suspect and immoral without necessarily being...

Escépticos en ‘prime time’

Escépticos en ‘prime time’

by Luis Alfonso Gámez
¡Paparruchas!
February 23, 2011

Nuestro objetivo es cautivar al público, divertirle, mostrarle que pensar críticamente es más ventajoso y gratificante que creerse las cosas porque sí...

Review of The Rite

Review of The Rite

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
February 16, 2011

The Rite—isn’t

Skepticism in the Face of Evidence Is No Virtue

by Barrett Brown
All Info All Ways
February 16, 2011

If dictators are so fond of the Internet, as some claim, why did Mubarak turn the damn thing off?

Sidestepping  the Litigious Consumer: How to Survive in the Lucrative Toning-Shoe Market

Sidestepping the Litigious Consumer: How to Survive in the Lucrative Toning-Shoe Market

by Gretchen McCormack
Online Extras
February 16, 2011

A recent lawsuit argues that “the scientific community has rejected [Skechers’s] claims” of enhanced fitness effects.

A Mug of a Different Color

A Mug of a Different Color

by Lukas Dion Pradityo
February 9, 2011

A Javanese sorcerer's claims of clairvoyance face three simple double-blind experiments

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