The Skeptic Volume 22, No. 4 & Volume 23, No 1 (Double issue)

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Features:
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

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Features:
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) and Michael Heap on Focus on… The Association for Skeptical Enquiry,

Also:
Editorial: Chris French & Deborah Hyde
Hits and Misses: Mark Williams on militant secularism, the Papal visit, the BHA Census Campaign, Questival review, ‘Megabites’, ICE takedown, psychics in BBC news, sceptic to psychic, Trial by Tape measure: evidence-based public policy. Contributions from Andrew Copson, Lizzie Rogers, Liam Proven & Matthew Smith.
Skeptic at Large: Wendy M Grossman on What sceptics should do.
Philosopher’s Corner: Julian Baggini on Foreign Aid and the Morality of Giving
Through a Glass Darkly: Michael Heap Addressing the Needs of the Professionals
Reasonable Doubt: Chris French on Failing the future
Galileo’s Doughnuts: Mark Duwe on The Horrendous Space Kablooie
Skeptical Stats: Mark Williams with the observation that sometimes statistics don’t lie – they’re just plain crazy
Book reviews: Paranormality, Beyond the Occult, 59 Seconds, Irrationality Rides High, Questions of Belief
Letters: Pope Benedict, More on the JFK assassination, Irritated by Supersense,
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Bible Stories

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