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Nelson Jones on the religious exhibition at The British Museum
Dean Burnett on a homeopathic cure for homosexuality
Hayley Stevens on paranormal conferences and impartiality
Sam Harris interviewed by Deborah Hyde
Chris French remembers Hilary Evans of the Mary Evans Picture Library
Lynette Nusbacher on narrative and social constructionism
Kylie Sturgess and Tessa Kendall on sceptical activism and the abortion debate
Chris French interviews Jon Ronson
Crispian Jago with an Alternative Medicine flowchart. Learn More
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…
How Big is an Alien Big Cat?
An exploration of the notoriously elusive Alien Big Cats by David Hambling
Born That Way? A Brief Look at the Sexual Orientation Controversy
Barry F. Seidman advocates a scientific approach to understanding homosexuality
Post-Modernism and Parapsychology
Ron Roberts wonders if we are losing our sense of reality
Nostradamus Said What?
David Hambling takes a look at the predictions of Nostradamus in relation to the tragic events that took place in America on September 11th 2001
Towards a Cognitive Neuroscience of the Dying Brain
Jason J Braithwaite offers an in-depth analysis and critique of the survivalist’s neuroscience of near-death experiences
Searching for Cressie, the Crescent Lake Monster
Benjamin Radford recounts the story of his search for a monster that never was
An Evening With James Randi and Friends
Jon Cohen reports on the evening that will be remembered for all eternity as the greatest night there ever was (probably)