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One of our own is in trouble…

One of our own is in trouble…

by Claire Klingeberg, European Skeptics
January 17, 2018

Britt Hermes, who is an international skeptical campaigner about naturopathy, is currently being sued for defamation.

An interview with Kevin Folta at CSICon

An interview with Kevin Folta at CSICon

by Jonathan Jarry
CSICon
January 17, 2018

Check out this interview by the McGill Office for Science and Society

Sonic Attack Claims Are Unjustified: Just Follow the Facts

Sonic Attack Claims Are Unjustified: Just Follow the Facts

by Robert E. Bartholomew
Special Report
January 16, 2018

Regardless of what you may be hearing in the news, claims that a “sonic attack” took place in Cuba are dubious.

Recent Developments in ‘Eastern’ Science

Recent Developments in ‘Eastern’ Science

by Harriet Hall
SkepDoc's Corner
January 12, 2018

Science from the Koran and the Vedas? Who knew?

An Interview with Britt Hermes at CSICon

An Interview with Britt Hermes at CSICon

by Jonathan Jarry
CSICon
January 11, 2018

Check out this interview by the McGill Office for Science and Society

Ayurveda: Ancient Superstition, Not Ancient Wisdom

Ayurveda: Ancient Superstition, Not Ancient Wisdom

by Harriet Hall
SkepDoc's Corner
December 14, 2017

Ayurveda is basically superstition mixed with a soup├žon of practical health advice.

I promise, it is the last time I will write about Tyler Henry.  This year. Probably.

I promise, it is the last time I will write about Tyler Henry.  This year. Probably.

by Susan Gerbic
Guerrilla Skepticism
December 8, 2017

Sometimes what is missing from a psychic reading is more interesting—and more important—than what was actually said.

Do Superstitious Rituals Work?

Do Superstitious Rituals Work?

by Stuart Vyse
Behavior & Belief
December 8, 2017

Yes, your superstitions work, but it’s the ritual, not the superstition, that’s making you feel better. Any old ritual will do.

CSICon Photo Tribute to James Randi

CSICon Photo Tribute to James Randi

by Susan Gerbic
CSICon
Special Report
December 5, 2017

Susan Gerbic explains the history behind the Randi photo and the obstacles faced while trying to capture it.

Would You Drill Holes in Your Head for Science?

Would You Drill Holes in Your Head for Science?

by Harriet Hall
SkepDoc's Corner
November 15, 2017

The information that can be obtained from sham surgery trials is invaluable, but it doesn’t always change clinical practices, and many have questioned the ethics of subjecting sham surgery patients to the risks of sham surgery knowing there is no possible benefit to their health.

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