Web exclusives from CSI contributors
by Russ Dobler
June 8, 2016
“It’s why the skeptics’ movement was founded—to tackle the issues people think important but that mainstream science considers too ridiculous to bother with.”
by Harriet Hall
May 18, 2016
My flabber was thoroughly gasted. Apparently you sit in the jar and put water and maybe Chinese herbs into it and it is connected to 220-volt electricity.
May 17, 2016
A collection of early articles about CSICOP, compiled for our readers.
May 16, 2016
Whereas Barkun looks at the history and development of specific conspiracist narratives, Brotherton focuses on why such narratives arise in the first place and looks to psychology for those answers.
May 5, 2016
Can puppetry encourage a love of science?
by Carrie Poppy
May 3, 2016
No study is perfect, and any study will face its limitations. This is why we rely on reporters to analyze and accurately report on research, going beneath the headlines and press releases.
by Stuart Vyse
April 28, 2016
April is Autism Acceptance Month, and as it turns out it is the occasion for Apple Inc. to align itself with pseudoscience.
April 26, 2016
Do you think that you are not going to be surprised taking a look at the paranormal world? You're probably wrong!
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by Carrie Poppy
April 25, 2016
There’s a tricky thing about science. If you base your theory on gaps in scientific knowledge, your theory will only last until science closes those gaps.
by Mark Edward
April 20, 2016
As a so-called “psychic,” you can’t repeat the same readings over and over or fall back on old lines and platitudes. You have to seem fresh and appear to be picking up rapid-fire thoughts on a very personal basis. It has to look spontaneous.