paranormal

  • Idiots Pretend to Do Science, Get Fooled by Magician

    I know many of you reading this are working scientists, and so of course you’re familiar with the famed medical journal, International Journal of Yoga. For those of you who don’t subscribe, you’ll be excited to learn that IJOY has just published this solid, peer-reviewed paper called Investigating paranormal phenomena: Functional brain imaging of telepathy. Better yet, it’s available online!…

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  • Skepchick Guest Article #1 – Richard Wiseman

    I am very happy to announce the launch of a brand new feature here on Skepchick. Every month we will host an article by a guest writer, created just for us. Our very first guest writer is everyone’s favourite Quirkologist, Richard Wiseman, who is revealing the results of his latest experiment exclusively on Skepchick! Click ‘Read More’ for the article…

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  • Sweet Jesus, Who’s that Bearded Mystery Man?

    So, we geniuses in Florida strike again, this time in Orlando where the alleged image of Jesus was captured in a hospital prayer garden window. The apparition caused a “commotion” with the hospital patrons who witnessed it, snapping pictures and notifying the local news station. One man, who was dealing with the tragedy of his ex-wife’s diagnosis with stage 3…

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  • Calling All Magicians…

    As there’s a fair amount of crossover between magic and skepticism, this might be of interest to a few folks. Richard Wiseman (of Quirkology fame) is currently conducting a study into paranormal belief and magicians. If you consider yourself a magician, professional or amateur, or know someone who is, and can spare a couple of minutes for a few questions,…

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