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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > March/April 2019 > You Can’t Fit What We Skeptics Do into a Neat Box

You Can’t Fit What We Skeptics Do into a Neat Box

We scientific skeptics, we skeptical inquirers, do it all. I am sure one of us somewhere is right now going after some extraordinary claim none of us has even heard of yet, studying it in depth and critiquing it with all the tools of science and skepticism. She—or he—will soon let the rest of us know the results (we hope in SI). Equally likely is that others are synthesizing complex information that might give us a better understanding of, say, how our brains work—both to achieve brilliant creativity or to deceive or elude us.

We are complex creatures, we human beings, and I think we all share an endless fascination for discovery and the unknown.

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