Skeptical Inquirer — Interview
You were asked how to treat a friend who ardently believes in the paranormal. You said, “Be kind. Be kind. They believe because they need to believe. Be compassionate.”
I took up being Harry Houdini, though I never claimed to be him. As a matter of fact, during my career I broke a couple of his records.
Physicist and CSI Fellow Mark Boslough interviewed noted climatologist and geophysicist Michael Mann, who spoke at CSICon Las Vegas.
by Lindsay Beyerstein
In an interview with Lindsay Beyerstein on the Point of Inquiry podcast, Offit spoke about the early 2015 measles outbreak at Disneyland, the anti-vaccination movement, and the importance of vaccination.
An eighty-six-year-old skeptic, secular humanist, and atheist, Randi has investigated paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims for much of his career.
by Indre Viskontas and Chris Mooney
Acclaimed Harvard psychologist and best-selling author Steven Pinker was interviewed by Indre Viskontas and Chris Mooney in a rare live edition of Point of Inquiry, the flagship podcast of our Center for Inquiry. Here is the majority of that interview.
What causes the startling, unbidden perception of something that seems very real but has no material existence outside of our own minds? The “poet-laureate of medicine,” Oliver Sacks, takes us through the looking glass and into the fascinating world of hallucinations.
Skepticism One Wikipage at a Time
Talking with Wikiskeptic Susan Gerbic-Forsyth
by Sharon Hill
An Interview with Miracle Detectives Scientist Indre Viskontas
Stephen Fry is an English actor, comedian, author, television presenter, director—and skeptic...
Author of Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism
by Austin Dacey
An Interview with Joshua Fineberg
by Carl Sagan
Carl Sagan takes questions at his CSICOP keynote address in Seattle Washington on June 26, 1994.