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The Feng Shui Way: A Catastrophe For City Planning

The Feng Shui Way: A Catastrophe For City Planning

by Kyle Hill
Reductio ad Absurdum
September 25, 2013

Dick Van Dyke’s home had terrible feng shui. Improper positioning had him stumbling, fumbling, and tumbling all over the house. The futon in the living room had a particularly negative qi about it. To think of all the slapstick sitcoms we would be deprived of if feng shui were true…

9/11 Trutherism Back in the News

9/11 Trutherism Back in the News

by Robert Blaskiewicz
The Conspiracy Guy
September 23, 2013

Twelve years after the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, conspiracy theorists are still searching for evidence that confirms their suspicions that what really happened on 9/11 was not what appeared in the 9/11 Commission Report.

Blowfish Hangover Remedy: Scam or Savior?

Blowfish Hangover Remedy: Scam or Savior?

by Carrie Poppy
Poppycock
September 18, 2013

We each downed two tablets, the recommended dosage. Ross, having had a lot more to drink (he’s part-Irish, you know) considered taking extra, but the recommended dosage seemed advisable. We flipped the box over to see how much of each active ingredient was going into our systems.

Three Days of Science and Skepticism in Stockholm

Three Days of Science and Skepticism in Stockholm

by Kendrick Frazier
September 16, 2013

It awards the Nobel Prizes in science and proudly portrays not a political figure but one of its most eminent scientists on its ubiquitous 100-kronor note (about $16). So it is hardly surprising that Sweden is the home of a large and vibrant skeptics group and was the able host of the 2013 European Skeptics Congress (ESC), August 23–25, in Stockholm.

Billions and Billions of Planets and Stars, Twelve Personalities

Billions and Billions of Planets and Stars, Twelve Personalities

by Kyle Hill
Reductio ad Absurdum
September 12, 2013

You are not special, the stars and planets decided that at your birth. In fact, all your complexities and quirks, your desires and passions, everything you have done or will do fits neatly into what looks like a twelve-slice pie chart laden with calligraphy.

Can a Brain Scan Tell You if Your Husband Loves You?

Can a Brain Scan Tell You if Your Husband Loves You?

by Carrie Poppy
Poppycock
September 10, 2013

How Being in Love Made My Skin Look Great

UFO research is up in the air: Can it be scientific?

UFO research is up in the air: Can it be scientific?

by Sharon Hill
Sounds Sciencey
August 28, 2013

A few months back, a British anomaly investigation organization announced the possible death of UFOlogy. “No way! It's alive and well here,” said the U.S. UFOlogists. So it is. But what is the real status of the study of UFOs?

Los tontos útiles del Área 51

Los tontos útiles del Área 51

by Luis Alfonso Gámez
¡Paparruchas!
August 26, 2013

Algunos ufólogos llevan décadas acusándonos a los escépticos de estar pagados por los servicios de inteligencia para ocultar la realidad sobre el fenómeno ovni.

Guerrilla Skepticism Visits the Center for Inquiry

Guerrilla Skepticism Visits the Center for Inquiry

by Susan Gerbic
August 15, 2013

Wikipedia has become the default initial source of research for many students, teachers and the general public who want answers. It's important and becoming more important daily. Editing Wikipedia is a passion for the Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia team.

A Million Poisoning Planes

A Million Poisoning Planes

by Kyle Hill
Reductio ad Absurdum
August 14, 2013

Millions of planes criss-cross the skies, dumbing down the populace with secret and powerful chemical agents. Every time you board a plane, you can’t look out a window without seeing one of these jet-powered poisoners. There is always danger overhead when chemtrails really do cover the sky.

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