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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Emmys: An Amelia Earhart Special (Non)Mystery Post-Mortem

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Emmys: An Amelia Earhart Special (Non)Mystery Post-Mortem

by Benjamin Radford
Special Report
July 18, 2017

Going beyond the evidence is routinely seen on reality television…

NECSS 2017 Honors the Past While Looking Ahead

NECSS 2017 Honors the Past While Looking Ahead

by Russ Dobler
Special Report
July 17, 2017

Not even an “act of God” could keep a full day of Science-Based Medicine talks from kicking things off on Friday, June 30

UFOs Marathon: Seventy Years of Flying Saucers, Science, Myth, and Fiction

UFOs Marathon: Seventy Years of Flying Saucers, Science, Myth, and Fiction

by Alejandro Borgo, Carlos Domínguez, and Francisco Rinaldi
July 11, 2017

The event was supported—among others—by CFI Argentina and was entirely dedicated to flying saucers and on several subjects related to them.

The Xbox Kinect and Paranormal Investigation

The Xbox Kinect and Paranormal Investigation

by Kenny Biddle
Special Report
July 7, 2017

Sadly, the majority of gadgets that are being used by ghost hunting teams are about as useful as a car muffler in the shower. In other words, they are completely useless.

Eventually I’m going to piss off Tyler Henry

Eventually I’m going to piss off Tyler Henry

by Susan Gerbic
Guerrilla Skepticism
July 3, 2017

I have written extensively that from everything I have seen he is using cold-reading tactics.

TIES Weekly Update - June 20, 2017

TIES Weekly Update - June 20, 2017

by Bertha Vazquez
TIES
June 27, 2017

An update from the Teacher Institute for Evolutionary Science.

Megyn Kelly, Alex Jones, and Conspiracies

Megyn Kelly, Alex Jones, and Conspiracies

by Benjamin Radford
Special Report
June 22, 2017

For skeptics it’s often a no-win situation: If we ignore whatever bogus claim (UFO, Bigfoot, ghosts, conspiracies) then what happens is that believers say to themselves: “There must be something to it…

Platillos volantes: el nacimiento del mito

Platillos volantes: el nacimiento del mito

by Luis Alfonso Gámez
ยกPaparruchas!
June 22, 2017

Con Kenneth Arnold estalló en 1947 la fiebre de los ovnis, aunque entonces casi nadie relacionaba los objetos que se veían en los cielos con naves extraterrestres.

Quiroprácticos: pros y contras

Quiroprácticos: pros y contras

by Harriet Hall, translated by Alejandro Borgo
June 16, 2017

Cuando la quiropraxia es efectiva, lo que es efectivo no es “quiropráctico!: es SMT (Terapia de Estimulación Espinal, TEE)...

The Real ESP—Building a Bridge for Skeptics

The Real ESP—Building a Bridge for Skeptics

by Susan Gerbic
Guerrilla Skepticism
June 15, 2017

This interview with the European Skeptics Podcast is an example of what can happen when you venture out and meet others who share the same passion and worldview.

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