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eSkeptic for December 20, 2017

In this week’s eSkeptic Seth Andrews recounts how he became a card-carrying skeptic; Science Salons 15 and 16 are now available to watch for free online; Sam Harris and Michael Shermer will dialogue live in Austin, TX, in March.

eSkeptic for December 6, 2017

In this week’s eSkeptic, Campus Craziness: A New War on Science, in the latest edition of Skeptic magazine (22.4); UFOs, Chemtrails, and Aliens on MonsterTalk; and Dr. Robert Trivers discusses The Evolutionary Genetics of Honor Killings.

eSkeptic for October 11, 2017

Spirituality illustration by Anna Maltese

In this week’s eSkeptic, Dr. David Speed examines why the definitional ambiguity of the word “spirituality” is problematic for researchers who seek to explore the relationship between it and other constructs.

eSkeptic for October 4, 2017

This week, we present a recording of Michael Shermer’s article, “Scientific Naturalism: A Manifesto for Enlightenment Humanism,” originally published in the journal Theology and Science in July 2017, being read by the author, and introduced by David Smalley.

eSkeptic for September 20, 2017

In conjunction with our 25th anniversary milestone that we are celebrating, we would also like to share with you this recent profile of Michael Shermer featured in the Wall Street Journal, published on September 1, 2017, written by Alexandra Wolfe

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Among the strangest of all bizarre pseudoscientific notions is the idea that ordinary contrails formed by high-flying aircraft are somehow a government conspiracy to spray us with toxic chemicals. In this week’s eSkeptic, Donald R. Prothero discusses how “chemtrail” conspiracy thinking fails the science literacy test.

“Look Up!” Find Your Path Towards Blue Skies Ahead

“Look Up!” Find Your Path Towards Blue Skies Ahead, a Carbon Comic by Kyle Sanders, appeared in Skeptic magazine 19.2 (2014).

Holistic Airlines: The Natural Way to Fly

Holistic Airlines: The Natural Way to Fly, a Carbon Comic by Kyle Sanders, appeared in Skeptic magazine 19.1 (2014).

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