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Cold Fusion: Thirty Years Later


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by David W. Ball
Volume 43.1,

Feature
The Myths of Endless Energy

In March 1989, the claim of a revolutionary discovery in nuclear energy production galvanized the scientific community.

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Why E-Cat Is a Hoax


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by Sadri Hassani
Volume 43.1,

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The Myths of Endless Energy

Energy Catalysis, or E-Cat, claims to generate nuclear energies on a tabletop—a scientifically impossible feat. Nonetheless, its inventor, Andrea Rossi, has fooled companies into investing in it.

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The Sputtering Engine of Creator Belief


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by Gregory S. Paul
Volume 43.1,

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Far from belief in a supernatural creator being a natural consequence of the way our brains work like language, materialism, and sex, it is an easily cast-off opinion quickly losing ground in the United States and much of the world.

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It Is Not the God Engine That Sputters…


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by James Alcock
Volume 43.1,

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A Response to Gregory Paul

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Screening for Prostate and Breast Cancer: It’s More Complex Than You May Think


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by Felipe Nogueira
Volume 43.1,

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Cancer screening searches for cancer before its symptoms appear.

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Better Than Dumbledore


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by Harriet Hall
Volume 43.1,

Profile

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Could Multiple Personality Disorder Explain Life, the Universe, and Everything?


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by Robert Stern
Volume 43.1,

Research Review

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Cold Fusion to E-Cat: From Pathological Science to … Worse


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by Kendrick Frazier
Volume 43.1,

From the Editor

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Kraken: Monster of the Deep


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by Joe Nickell
Volume 43.1,

Investigative Files

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How to Be Skeptics 2.0 with the Help of … YouTube


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by Massimo Polidoro
Volume 43.1,

Notes on a Strange World

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Is Acupuncture Winning?


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by Harriet Hall
Volume 43.1,

Reality is the Best Medicine

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Talking Science and Society at Church: Let’s Put Aside Differences to Tackle Society’s Biggest Chall


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by Matt Nisbet
Volume 43.1,

The Science of Science Communication

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‘Class A’ Bigfoot Report Reveals Little about the Beast—and Much about the Seekers


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by Benjamin Radford
Volume 43.1,

Skeptical Inquiree

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A Skeptical Guide through the Conspiracy Rabbit Hole


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by Celestia Ward
Volume 43.1,

Review

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What Are Contact ‘Experiencers’ Really Experiencing?


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by Ted Goertzel
Volume 43.1,

Review

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Say It Isn’t So


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by Kenneth R. Foster
Volume 43.1,

Review