"Skepticism" Blogs & Blog Posts

PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 
Dr Alan's PlacebologyDr Alan's Placebology

Dr Alan's Placebology is a fictional list by a fictional doctor of &qu...

 
Beelzebubs BrokerBeelzebubs Broker

The various writings of Jamie Clubb. Includes a variety of essays, articles...

 


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Making my way over to my hotel’s breakfast bar I was immediately struck by the many odd-shaped fruits that greeted me. Their roughness and complete lack of uniformity seemed at total odds with the plush surroundings of the hotel. I couldn’t he...

Bidding starts at $10, proceeds go to benefit Skepchickcon in Minneapolis, July 2-5.

Mark Tilbrook distributed fliers at three of Sally Morgan's stage-shows, urging the audience to view the alleged psychic's performance through a sceptical lens. Read the rest...

Most of us think of ourselves as savvy, informed individuals who approach the world with discerning eyes. But the truth is that we're often remarkably gullible when it comes to pseudoscience and quackery. That's the bad news. The good news is that it...

Representatives of Egypt's military—you know, the coup guys—claimed in weirdly public fashion over the weekend that they have hit upon a revolutionary breakthrough treatment for AIDS and Hepatitis C. But an embarrassed aide to Egypt's president i...

The United States Geological Survey has an interesting FAQ report on dowsing — the practice of attempting to locate underground water with divining rods. It's got some interesting history and comparisons between dowsing and modern hydrology. Th...

Meet Ian Harris, M.D., Ph.D., an academic orthopedic surgeon in Sydney, Australia. He calls himself "doctor skeptic" on his popular blog and "doctor doubter" on Twitter. Professor Harris has a point of view I thought you would find interesting and...