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Second Sight? Or Just the Blind Leading the Blind?
Krissy Wilson reviews the not-so-amazing performance of psychic Sharon Neill
Just Your Imagination? Part 1: Acting
Martin Parkinson looks at some of the things he learned in drama class…
The Mystery of Hellfire Pass: Part Three
Paul Chambers and Robert Bartholomew round off their investigation into the ‘Phantom Sniper of Esher’
Natural Science and the Spirit World: Part One
The following is the first of two instalments of an article taken from Freiedrich Engels’ Dialectics of Nature…
Natural Science and the Spirit World: Part 2
The second instalment of an article taken from Friedrich Engels’ Dialectics of Nature.
Just Your Imagination? Part 2: Feel The Force
Barefoot sceptic Martin Parkinson ‘fesses up and counts his new age brownie points.
Why is cognitive dissonance important in understanding pseudoscience? Lee Traynor explains…
Mia Dolan on Granada's This Morning
Tony Youens and his gripe with “psychic” entertainment
'God's Truth', Others' Confusion?
L. J. Hurst considers the complex case of Hayward, Wells and Deeks
Is a Grey Heavier Than a Green?
Question and Answer: Stephen Moston takes a look at the relationship between asking a question and reaching a conclusion
Thomas Hobbes, Angels, Ghosts and Miracles
Adam Buick considers some of Hobbes’ neglected musings
Just Who Wrote the Passion of Christ by Emmerich?
From tale to pen to paper to publication, Wolf Roder revisits the controversial Passion of Christ
What Colour is Four? The Perception of Synaesthesia in Art and Science
Marc Tibber traces the shifting position of an intriguing psychological phenomenon
Alexander the Oracle-Monger
Adam Buick takes us all the way back to the scandalous antics of Alexander and his snake-god, Glycon
A Physiological Reason why Superman Behaves like a Boy Scout
Superman is often accused of seeing the world through rose-colored glasses, supporting his ‘boy-scout like’ naiveté. Robert Castro takes a satirical look at the physiology of Superman’s behaviour