In which one of my students examines some of the fraudulent claims made by medical doctors about vaccinations.
In which one of my students examines the ancient art of palm reading, and finds it wanting.
In which one of my students looks at one of the most common of pseudosciences, that of astrology.
In which one of my students turns the light of science on and shines it at the topic dream analysis and interpretation.
In which one of my students examines the pseudoscience that is palmistry.
In which I outline some course assignments that will ensure lots of excellent reading over the next few months here on GPS.
In which I review Mark Edward’s book, and find it a bit lacking from a skeptical point of view.
Numerous so-called “gravity hills” are located all around the world, from Pennsylvania to California, India to Ireland. In these locations,…
Last month, I had the pleasure of presenting at the 2013 Skeptics of Oz conference in Wichita, Kansas. Below is…
Below is my latest interview, conducted excellently by Jonathan MS Pearce of the Skeptic Ink blog A Tippling Philosopher. In…