Does Astrology Need to Be True? A Thirty-Year Update
Thirty years ago, although dozens of tests had been mostly negative, astrologers said critics had ignored serious astrology. Now there are hundreds of tests, some of them even heroic. Has anything changed?
A Skeptical Response to Science Denial
Science denial has a corrosive effect on deli- cately understood scientific concepts, and it is getting worse. But science itself holds an answer.
Artistic Provocations from Skeptical Inquirers: An Exhibit
The question of the relationship between art and science remains fascinating and open.
Two Artists Combine Art, Science, and Skepticism
“Much of my work has been about what we see, what we don’t see, and what we think we see”
Jesse James’s ‘Haunts’: Legends, History, and Forensic Science
Before trying to explain something, first be sure that it really occurred.
The ‘Phoenix Lights’ Become an ‘Incident’
Until now, the Phoenix Lights were simply that: they were just lights in the sky, skeptics and proponents could agree.
Political Divisions Will Affect American Beliefs about the Zika Threat.
Heavy with Praise, Light with Skepticism
Extrasensory Perception: Support, Skepticism, and Science by Edwin C. May and Sonali Bhatt Marwaha