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Simon Singh & Edzard Ernst on The First Quackbusters?
Edzard Ernst on Innovation or Quackery? The New ‘College of Medicine’
Andy Wilson on How to Take an ‘Overdose’: The Story of the 10:23 Campaign
Mahlon Wagner on Therapeutic Touch: Another Scam from America
Luke Mason on Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing: Science or Pseudoscience?
Alan Henness on The Nightingale Collaboration
Richard Wiseman on Is Believing Seeing?
Jason J. Braithwaite on Magnetic Fields, hallucinations and anomalous experiences: A sceptical critique of the current evidence
Klaus Schmeh on Are there hidden messages in the Bible?
Anonymous on The ‘Good’ Daughter
George A. Wells on Original sin and its advocates today
Chris French with The Skeptic Interview with Richard Wiseman, Quirkologist Extraordinaire
Nathalie Nahai on One Amazing Weekend! (TAM London 2010 review)
Michael Heap on Focus on… The Association for Skeptical Enquiry
Alien abduction or Bad Medicine?
Jamie McCartney gives us his suggestions on the ‘reality’ behind alien abductions
The Mystery of Hellfire Pass: Part TwoLearn More
Paul Chambers and Robert Bartholomew consider some theories as to the ‘sniper’s’ identity
The Problem of the Existence of God seen through the Eyes of a Physicist by Alfred Bahr
Women are NOT from Gullibull
Lucy Sherriff demands to know why women’s magazines are so full of credulity about the paranormal
Trying to Detect God
Why are people still threatened by Darwinism? Dene Bebbington examines the creationist Intelligent Design movement
Reinventing the Past
Why rely on orthodox historical study when you can invent your own re-interpretation? Rachel Carthy looks at the burgeoning free-for-all she calls cryptohistory
Reincarnation: Overview of the work of Ian Stevenson (1918-2007)
Leonard Angel recounts his experience of a possible post-mortem encounter with the world's most famous investigator of reincarnation claims
Exposing the Myth of Alcoholics Anonymous. Part 2: Cult not Cure
Steven Mohr concludes his two-part investigation of Alcoholics Anonymous
Amazon's Amazing Admission
Mark Newbrook gives his reasons for being less than satisfied with Amazon's policy on book reviews
The Need For Open-Minded Scepticism
Rupert Sheldrake replies to David Marks
Power, Arcana, and Hypnobabble
Martin Parkinson reflects on the attractions of NLP
Organised Religious Faith … Why?Learn More
Douglas George tackles some of the structures and assumptions of religion