One of our own is in trouble…

One of our own is in trouble…

by Claire Klingeberg, European Skeptics
Special Articles
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
Special Articles · 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 Articles · 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
Special Articles · 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
Special Articles · CSICon
January 11, 2018

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

Pizzagate and Beyond: Using Social Research to Understand Conspiracy Legends

Pizzagate and Beyond: Using Social Research to Understand Conspiracy Legends

by Jeffrey S. Debies-Carl
Skeptical Inquirer · Conspiracy Theories and Incredible Tales · Volume 41.6

It is tempting to dismiss events such as last year’s “Pizzagate” shooting as the work of disturbed or unintelligent people, but social research provides an opportunity to explain the seemingly absurd episode and perhaps help avert future tragedies.