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The Skeptic Volume 21, No. 3

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Making UFOlogy History
David Clarke reviews three books on classic UFO cases published 60 years after the birth of UFOlogy

The recovered memory debate:
False memories of the memory literature?

James Ost analyzes and critiques a body of false memory literature

Profits of the New Age
Jon Cohen reports on a sceptical day spent at The Mystic Arts Exhibition, 2008



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Making UFOlogy History
David Clarke reviews three books on classic UFO cases published 60 years after the birth of UFOlogy

The recovered memory debate:
False memories of the memory literature?

James Ost analyzes and critiques a body of false memory literature

Profits of the New Age
Jon Cohen reports on a sceptical day spent at The Mystic Arts Exhibition, 2008

 

 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
Pictures from Hilary Evans’ Paranormal Picture Gallery

Book reviews

Science and Religions: A Very Short Introduction by Thomas Dixon
The Satanic Scriptures
by Peter H. Gilmore
In God We Doubt: Confessions of a  Failed Atheist by John Humphrys
How to Be a Good Atheist by Nick Harding

News and comment

Editorial
Chris French and Lindsay Kallis

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

Hits and Misses
Reagan, Clinton, Bush, Plait
Denver, the most inviting place on Earth
The end of the world is pretty
Little Atoms

Skeptic at large: Spot the Ball
Wendy M Grossman

Philosopher’s Corner
Julian Baggini

From Michael Heap
Chairman of the Association for Skeptical Enquiry

Letters from our readers
Einstein, Darwin and Religion
Sceptical Journals

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