The Skeptic's Dictionary
Skeptical articles on occult,
paranormal, supernatural and pseudoscientific beliefs from acupuncture to zombies.
Suburban myths are common misconceptions that are uncritically passed on as established truths by "experts" and non-experts alike. Suburban myths should not be confused with urban legends.
Becoming a Critical Thinker
Mass Media Bunk
Reviews of false, misleading or deceptive information
in the mass media regarding scientific matters or alleged paranormal or supernatural
Reviews of false, misleading or deceptive information on the Internet regarding scientific matters or alleged paranormal or supernatural events.
New Books posts recently published books that should be of interest to many readers of the Skeptic's Dictionary and Skeptic's Refuge.
for Dollars: Fighting High-Tech
Scams with Low-Tech Critical Thinking
Site to See
WWW site worth an extended visit
Too Good to Be True
Reviews of internet business opportunities which seem
too good to be true
Mass Media Funk
Stories, articles & TV programs of interest to
Dan Aykroyd's Psi Factor
A Skeptic's Halloween
Bookstore of Skeptical Literature
Commentary on "Skepticism and Belief in Contemporary American Society"
A Conference at Sacramento City College - Oct. 31 and Nov 1, 1997,
Carol Tavris, Wallace Sampson and Alan Dundes
In Memoriam: skeptics and scientists
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