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280 Reviews   •  English   •   General Interest (News & Current Affairs)
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COSMIC BEGINNING

How Did It All Begin? Cosmic Inflation, the Multiverse, and the Nature of Scientific Proof

COLUMNS
The SkepDoc: Osteopathy Then and Now, by Harriet Hall, M.D.

DEALING WITH COVID-19
Psychological Risks with COVID-19 Vaccines • The Future of Civilization after COVID-19

ARTICLES
The Future of Higher Education Reengineering Learning for a Post-Pandemic World • Havana Syndrome Skepticism—Why We Should Be Skeptical: It Was Probably Psychogenic • Why Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Belongs in English Literature Curriculum Despite—Indeed Because—of its Use of the N-Word • Why Time, Causality, Consciousness, the Self, and Free Will Are Not Illusion

ARE ALIENS AMONG US?
Alien Skulls and Their Makers: The Creation of the “Sealand Skull” and the Hoax It Unintentionally Inspired • Why We Are Not Hybrids of Earthling and Extraterrestrial Ancestry

JAMES RANDI MEMORIAM
Skeptic Extraordinaire • As Seen by Skeptic Magazine Artists

EXCERPT
When Nuclear Armageddon Threatened to Destroy Civilization

JUNIOR SKEPTIC
Conspiracy Theories
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26.1 COSMIC BEGINNING How Did It All Begin? Cosmic Inflation, the Multiverse, and the Nature of Scientific Proof COLUMNS The SkepDoc: Osteopathy Then and Now, by Harriet Hall, M.D. DEALING WITH COVID-19 Psychological Risks with COVID-19 Vaccines • The Future of Civilization after COVID-19 ARTICLES The Future of Higher Education Reengineering Learning for a Post-Pandemic World • Havana Syndrome Skepticism—Why We Should Be Skeptical: It Was Probably Psychogenic • Why Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Belongs in English Literature Curriculum Despite—Indeed Because—of its Use of the N-Word • Why Time, Causality, Consciousness, the Self, and Free Will Are Not Illusion ARE ALIENS AMONG US? Alien Skulls and Their Makers: The Creation of the “Sealand Skull” and the Hoax It Unintentionally Inspired • Why We Are Not Hybrids of Earthling and Extraterrestrial Ancestry JAMES RANDI MEMORIAM Skeptic Extraordinaire • As Seen by Skeptic Magazine Artists EXCERPT When Nuclear Armageddon Threatened to Destroy Civilization JUNIOR SKEPTIC Conspiracy Theories


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COSMIC BEGINNING

How Did It All Begin? Cosmic Inflation, the Multiverse, and the Nature of Scientific Proof

COLUMNS
The SkepDoc: Osteopathy Then and Now, by Harriet Hall, M.D.

DEALING WITH COVID-19
Psychological Risks with COVID-19 Vaccines • The Future of Civilization after COVID-19

ARTICLES
The Future of Higher Education Reengineering Learning for a Post-Pandemic World • Havana Syndrome Skepticism—Why We Should Be Skeptical: It Was Probably Psychogenic • Why Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Belongs in English Literature Curriculum Despite—Indeed Because—of its Use of the N-Word • Why Time, Causality, Consciousness, the Self, and Free Will Are Not Illusion

ARE ALIENS AMONG US?
Alien Skulls and Their Makers: The Creation of the “Sealand Skull” and the Hoax It Unintentionally Inspired • Why We Are Not Hybrids of Earthling and Extraterrestrial Ancestry

JAMES RANDI MEMORIAM
Skeptic Extraordinaire • As Seen by Skeptic Magazine Artists

EXCERPT
When Nuclear Armageddon Threatened to Destroy Civilization

JUNIOR SKEPTIC
Conspiracy Theories
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