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The Skeptic Volume 17, No. 2/3 (double issue)

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The Truth about Rendlesham
James Easton presents the first of a series of articles on Britain’s most notorious UFO case

Britain’s Roswell?
Would the release of official documents relating to the Rendlesham Forest incident reveal that a UFO really landed?
Dr David Clarke investigates.

The Rendlesham Incident: Some lessons for UFOlogy
Jenny Randles describes her own long involvement with the case and considers its implications for UFOlogy in general

Forgive Us Our Trespasses
Peter Brookesmith considers the diplomatic aspects of the Rendlesham ‘cover-up’

Reflections on a Rendlesham Skywatch
Andy Marriott offers us his whimsical recollections of a beautiful night spent in Rendlesham Forest in August 2003 on a UFO-watch

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The Truth about Rendlesham
James Easton presents the first of a series of articles on Britain’s most notorious UFO case

Britain’s Roswell?
Would the release of official documents relating to the Rendlesham Forest incident reveal that a UFO really landed?
Dr David Clarke investigates.

The Rendlesham Incident: Some lessons for UFOlogy
Jenny Randles describes her own long involvement with the case and considers its implications for UFOlogy in general

Forgive Us Our Trespasses
Peter Brookesmith considers the diplomatic aspects of the Rendlesham ‘cover-up’

Reflections on a Rendlesham Skywatch
Andy Marriott offers us his whimsical recollections of a beautiful night spent in Rendlesham Forest in August 2003 on a UFO-watch

 

Humour

SpriteSprite, by Donald Rooum, the ongoing saga of an ethereal being who has the misfortune to fall for a confirmed skeptic.
Cartoons by Tim Pearce and The Parking Lot is Full
Pictures from Hilary Evans’ Paranormal Picture Gallery

Book reviews


Why We Exist by Eugene Bell-Gam
Hoaxes, Myths and Manias by Robert E Bartholomew and Benjamin Radford
Inamorata by Joseph Gangemi
Pseudoscience and the Paranormal by Terence Hines
Fifty Key Thinkers in Psychology by Noel Sheehy
The Scientific Study of Society by Max Steuer
How Mumbo Jumbo Took Over the World by Francis Wheen
Has Science Found God? The Latest Results in the Search for Purpose in the Universe by Victor J Stenger
Why Smart People Can Be So Stupid by Robert J Sternberg (Editor)


News and comment

Editorial
Chris French

Skeptical Stats
A column based on the observation that sometimes statistics don’t lie – they’re just plain crazy…

Hits and Misses
Arnica: not what it’s succussed up to be
Irrational exuberance
Death comes to the homeopath
Bubble bath

Dietician, heal thyself
Conflicts of interest compromise MMR research
Stupid language tricks

More stupid language tricks
Being Doris Stokes
Finger on the personality
Code wars
The business of homeopathy

Skeptic at large: The cloudy crystal ball, Sceptical predictions for 2004, The mills of science grind exceeding slow…
Wendy M Grossman

Philosopher’s Corner
Julian Baggini

Rhyme and Reason: A Mars a Day . . .
Steve Donnelly

From Michael Heap
Chairman of the Association for Skeptical Enquiry

Letters from our readers
Youens’ response to Keen
Sense of staring
Still much to do …

Another kind of scepticism?
Or provocation?

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