Skeptical Inquirer — Special Section
by Joe Nickell and James McGaha
There is a wide variety of natural explanations for things we see in the sky that are easy to misinterpret.
by Eric Wojciechowski
UFOlogy is replete with varying descriptions of UFOs and their occupants—so much so that concluding an alien intelligence is piloting them goes against the more logical and reasonable conclusion that the only intelligence behind the phenomenon is the human brain itself.
Those Supposed Aliens Might Be Worms
by David Zeigler
Many believe life on alien planets would likely include intelligent humanoids, and much of science fiction uses this idea. Based on what we know of evolution on Earth, there is really no basis for this belief; however, one supportable prediction for alien lifeform would be worms.