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How Do I Know What To Believe?
It’s not as easy as sceptical authors sometimes seem to imply. Martin Parkinson draws a quick sketch map of the difficulties of real-world reasoning
The Mystery of Hellfire Pass: Part One
Paul Chambers and Robert Bartholomew investigate the Phantom Sniper of Esher
Who The Devil Are You?
Ben Fridja exposes the truth about Anton LaVey, the High Priest of the Church of Satan
A sneak peak into David Langford’s unique archive of sceptical scraps …
Simon Hoggart explores the consequences of taking too deep an interest in the paranormal
It’s Dangerous to Talk
Is your mobile phone really killing you? Wendy M. Grossman looks at the current scare
A Close Encounter of the Fireball Kind?
Steuart Campbell proposes an explanation for a 1995 UFO sighting
Emergent StupidityLearn More
Is tool-using intelligence really the evolutionary advantage we imagine it to be?
David Hambling considers the question
Exposing the Myth of Alcoholics Anonymous. Part 1: History and (Lack of ) Effectiveness
Steven Mohr begins his two-part investigation by examining the origins of the movement and evidence that the famous 12-step programme simply does not work
Believe it or Not
Sally Marlow interviews Mark Vernon about life, the universe and everything – but mainly agnosticism
Inside a Camphill Community
Matthew Provonsha reports on his disillusionment with life in a religious commune
What are we to make of Exceptional Experience? Part 3: Unseen Staring Detection and ESP in Pets
David Marks concludes his three-part critical review of parapsychology
Stupid Sceptic Tricks
Sceptics using unfair arguments? Surely not! David W Owens advises his fellow believers on how to avoid being bamboozled by their devious opponents …
Domesticating The Beast Of Bodmin
Col C J Harbottle (retired) sends his occasional report from the village of Shawley Knott
A Brief Introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Widely claimed to be indispensable for anyone who wishes to communicate better, NLP tempted Martin Parkinson to enter the jargon-jungle and find out more