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Don’t Listen to Those Pesky Scientists

by Chris Mooney
Doubt and About
April 8, 2004

Why science adviser John Marburger's defense of the Bush administration's science policies fails.

The Controversy Over Stem Cell Research and Medical Cloning

The Controversy Over Stem Cell Research and Medical Cloning

by Matt Nisbet
Science and the Media
April 2, 2004

Tracking the Rise and Fall of Science in the Public Eye

The New Science Wars

by Chris Mooney
Doubt and About
March 15, 2004

Is George W. Bush's the most anti-science administration in modern times?

It Just Takes One

by Chris Mooney
Doubt and About
February 9, 2004

How an advertisement for Intelligent Design theory made its way into the Harvard Law Review.

Touch Wood

Touch Wood

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

"Touch wood" or "knock on wood" is a popular saying to reverse any bad luck that might come your way, due to a recent action...

Rabbit’s Foot

Rabbit’s Foot

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

Rabbits and hares were considered very lucky animals as they were associated with spring and the return of flowers and other...

Wishbones

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

Wishbones have become a common tradition at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter dinners. The general rule is that the wishbone...

Umbrellas

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

An umbrella, according to popular superstition, should never be open indoors or you will bring bad luck on all the people...

Spiders

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

Apparently the superstition surrounding spiders dates back to Egyptian times when spiders were associated with riches.

Spilt Salt

by csicop.org
Superstition Bash
January 13, 2004

Salt was once considered a very precious commodity; as important as money has grown to be. Because it was so valued...

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