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Articles in this issue
Below is a selction of articles in Skeptical Inquirer Nov Dec 2016.
Letter from the Editor
Skeptics’ Odysseys and Star Trek’s Voyages We conclude our fortieth anniversary celebration of the Skeptical Inquirer and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry with eight invited essays in this issue b...
Study Reveals How Witchcraft Harms Economies
Belief in magic is connected to a lack of economic growth in Africa and elsewhere, new research shows. A 2010 Gallup poll found that belief in magic is widespread throughout sub-Saharan Africa, with ...
‘Ghostly’ Image at Haunted Stanley Hotel
A visitor to a famous—and famously haunted—hotel in Colorado claimed to have captured a ghostly image in April 2016. According to an April 18 news story on CNN, “Tourist Henry Yau recently took a p...
Animas River Spill Spawns Conspiracy Theories
On August 5, 2015, contractors working for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accidentally released about three million gallons of polluted mine wastewater into Colorado’s Animas River. T...