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Critical evaluation of alternative science, paranormal phenomena, news reports about science, etc.
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Skeptical definitions and essays on occult, paranormal, pseudoscientific ideas and practices with references to skeptical literature.
A bibliography from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, for those who want to examine with a skeptical eye some of the claims at the fringes of science that seem connected to astronomy.
About well understood phenomena which are persistently presented incorrectly by teachers and writers.
"Dedicated to all the Flat Earthers, Circle Squarers, Angle Trisecters, Cube Halvers, Perpetual Motion Mechanics, UFO and Elvis sighters, and all the other true believers who adamantly refuse to accept mathematical or physical proof that their convictions are untenable."
Skeptic provides categorized directory, both alphabetical and hierarchical, to a variety of kooks, cranks, loons, and crackpots on the net.
Features list and highlights of skeptical information available on the web.
Dedicated to debunking all manner of dubious claims.
This websites debunks most UFO sightings but also questions a possible spiritual connection. Includes papers on various aspects of paranormal activity and pseudo-science.
The Journal of Strange Phenomena. Online version of the print magazine.
Founder of the Tampa Bay Skeptics.
A skeptical look at auras, Kirlian photography, reincarnation, spiritualism, astral projection, and astrology.
Monitors the media in search of misleading numbers in news, politics and science.
A forum to discuss everything related to scientific skepticism. Specializes in science, atheism and debunking irrational beliefs.
The world's first organized counter-skeptic group, exposing and debunking the arguments of pseudo-skeptics and their organizations and publications.
Frequently asked questions about the sci.skeptic newsgroup.
Examines a variety of claims with emphasis on debunking "creation science."
United Kingdom publication, taking a skeptical look at pseudoscience and claims of the paranormal.
E-zine featuring writings on skeptical inquiry and critical thinking. Also lists related books and provides links to numerous websites on topics including skepticism, alternative science, creationism, and health fraud.
The Skeptic Tank is a BBS which maintains extensive archives on scientifically questionable groups, individuals, and ideologies. Message board and articles.
Skeptical articles about the occult, paranormal, and pseudoscience.
Links to materials for skeptics, and about skepticism.
Article by Michael Shermer defines and discusses skepticism. Includes a section that asserts a skeptic can also be open to scientific reason. Written in 1992.
Links to newsletters, organizations, and websites.
The Skeptics Society is a scientific and educational organization of scholars, scientists, historians, magicians, professors and teachers, and anyone curious about controversial ideas, extraordinary claims, revolutionary ideas and the promotion of science.
How it differs from science, how to spot it. Junk science, pathological science, quackery and pseudoscientific scams.
Dr. Shermer is founding publisher of Skeptic magazine, columnist for Scientific American, and Adjunct Professor of Economics at Claremont Graduate University. Site contains essays, columns, reviews and multimedia clips.
Web e-zine featuring a series of skeptical articles.
Laboratory at the University of Nice where paranormal phenomena are studied.
Skeptical definitions and essays on occult, paranormal, pseudoscientific ideas and practices with references to skeptical literature.
A forum to discuss everything related to scientific skepticism. Specializes in science, atheism and debunking irrational beliefs.
The world's first organized counter-skeptic group, exposing and debunking the arguments of pseudo-skeptics and their organizations and publications.
This websites debunks most UFO sightings but also questions a possible spiritual connection. Includes papers on various aspects of paranormal activity and pseudo-science.
Founder of the Tampa Bay Skeptics.
Skeptical articles about the occult, paranormal, and pseudoscience.
The Journal of Strange Phenomena. Online version of the print magazine.
Dr. Shermer is founding publisher of Skeptic magazine, columnist for Scientific American, and Adjunct Professor of Economics at Claremont Graduate University. Site contains essays, columns, reviews and multimedia clips.
"Dedicated to all the Flat Earthers, Circle Squarers, Angle Trisecters, Cube Halvers, Perpetual Motion Mechanics, UFO and Elvis sighters, and all the other true believers who adamantly refuse to accept mathematical or physical proof that their convictions are untenable."
A skeptical look at auras, Kirlian photography, reincarnation, spiritualism, astral projection, and astrology.
Frequently asked questions about the sci.skeptic newsgroup.
About well understood phenomena which are persistently presented incorrectly by teachers and writers.
Web e-zine featuring a series of skeptical articles.
Article by Michael Shermer defines and discusses skepticism. Includes a section that asserts a skeptic can also be open to scientific reason. Written in 1992.
The Skeptic Tank is a BBS which maintains extensive archives on scientifically questionable groups, individuals, and ideologies. Message board and articles.
United Kingdom publication, taking a skeptical look at pseudoscience and claims of the paranormal.
Links to materials for skeptics, and about skepticism.
A bibliography from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, for those who want to examine with a skeptical eye some of the claims at the fringes of science that seem connected to astronomy.
Skeptic provides categorized directory, both alphabetical and hierarchical, to a variety of kooks, cranks, loons, and crackpots on the net.
Monitors the media in search of misleading numbers in news, politics and science.
Examines a variety of claims with emphasis on debunking "creation science."
Links to newsletters, organizations, and websites.
How it differs from science, how to spot it. Junk science, pathological science, quackery and pseudoscientific scams.
E-zine featuring writings on skeptical inquiry and critical thinking. Also lists related books and provides links to numerous websites on topics including skepticism, alternative science, creationism, and health fraud.
Features list and highlights of skeptical information available on the web.
Dedicated to debunking all manner of dubious claims.
Laboratory at the University of Nice where paranormal phenomena are studied.
The Skeptics Society is a scientific and educational organization of scholars, scientists, historians, magicians, professors and teachers, and anyone curious about controversial ideas, extraordinary claims, revolutionary ideas and the promotion of science.

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