Monthly Archives: July 2010

Freaky Friday: Going Underground – Part 2

Ash Pryce concludes his investigation into the Edinburgh ghost tour which offers “scientific” proof of ghosts… Continue reading

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Woosters Can Be Choosers

This week’s cartoon from Dario Battisti. Continue reading

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Preventing the Pay Cheque?

Can the interests of medical professionals and the interests of their patients be in conflict? Dave Hughes, a biophysicist, discusses some of the implications of his work in detecting early tooth decay. Continue reading

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Who's Woo?

What kind of person believes in woo? Continue reading

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Bad Argument of the Week XX

The irrepressible foe of anti-vaccination quackery, James Cole, casts his eye over the claim that measles is a benign disease. Continue reading

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Freaky Friday: Going Underground- Part 1

Ash Pryce, of the Edinburgh Skeptics’ Society, embarks on another ghost tour. This time, offering scientific evidence for the existence of ghosts, and the opportunity to use an EMF meter to engage in some personal ghost hunting.
What did he find? Continue reading

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Caught Brown Handed

This week’s cartoon from Dario… Continue reading

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