Monthly Archives: December 2011

Psychobabble: Polygraph lies

The humble Polygraph machine star of countless television and film dramas has been much maligned by psychologists for… well for not working properly. Yet this hasn’t stopped Herefordshire police piloting their use as an “investigative tool”.
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The Incurable Gonz Blinko: Skeptical Sorties

It is time for the skeptical community to do some bombing sorties against fraudulent claims made by web sites promoting alt-med solutions for otherwise incurable diseases that lead to disability and even death.
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A guide to skeptical podcasts

There are a lot of skeptical podcasts out there, but which are the best? Continue reading

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Freaky Friday: Twas the night before, the night before Christmas

A festive message from Ash Pryce Continue reading

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Buryznski: A small Victory

Skeptics win a small victory in the battle to change the medias take on Burzynski Continue reading

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Rhys Morgan Exposed! The return of Marc Stephens?

Has Marc Stephens returned or has someone else simply “borrowed” his “rhetorical style” Continue reading

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Freaky Friday: It's Christmas!

Ash Pryce explores some of the popular christmas myths Continue reading

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