Skeptical Inquirer — Volume 41.3
by Harriet Hall, translated by Alejandro Borgo
Las estatinas, aunque no son la panacea, han mostrado claramente que tienen efectos positivos -más que negativos- sobre los pacientes en riesgo.
by Ben Radford, translated by Alejandro Borgo
Si usted está seguro de que los fantasmas son reales (y no el producto de alucinaciones inducidas por CMEs), no hay lógica ni razón alguna para usar un dispositivo para detectar dichos CMEs.
by David J. Helfand
For ourselves and our society, survival in the current era requires adopting scientific habits of mind.
by Harriet Hall
The benefits of statins far outweigh their risks, but public perception has been skewed by alarmist misinformation from statin denialists.
by Craig A. Foster and Sarenna M. Ortiz
Proponents of the vaccination-autism link have created a bogus scientific debate by providing lists of studies that supposedly support their claims but are actually either questionable or irrelevant. We identify this as a relatively new pseudoscience tactic: the promotion of irrelevant research.
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.”
by Joe Nickell
Strange mysteries may be found almost anywhere, but they seem especially plentiful and interesting in Australia.
“In this case, the gnome is seen as a guardian of nature, just like our Corp is recognized as the environmental protector.”
by James Randi
Any nonsense that powerful people such as Oprah Winfrey choose to promote is featured as fact, quackery is extolled, and pseudoscience is flaunted in news media rather than on pulp magazine racks.
by Matt Nisbet
How a Buddhist Practice Evolved into a Scientific Approach to Life…
If you are sure that ghosts are real (and not the product of EMF-induced hallucinations), there is no logic or point in using a device to detect those EMFs.
Helping Teachers Teach Evolution in the United States
Everything You Know about Being Rh-Negative Is Wrong
by D. Ellen K. Tarr
Fake News and Fake Science in the Age of Misinformation
Science and History Get Personal
by Michael Booth
Your Unlearning Report
by Stuart Vyse
Research into Astrology Made Accessible
by Ivan W. Kelly