Science reveals a way to rise above our natures
Science reveals humanity's heart of darkness
Is bottled water tapped out?
The Bible Code is numerological nonsense masquerading as science
Purported sightings of Bigfoot, Nessie and Ogopogo fire our imaginations. But anecdotes alone do not make a science
The Three Laws of Cloning will protect clones and advance science
If the brain mediates all experience, then paranormal phenomena are nothing more than neuronal events
Why most scientists do not believe in ESP and psi phenomena
Is the universe fine-tuned for life?
Intuition is the key to knowing without knowing how you know
An 18th-century investigation into mesmerism shows us how to think about 21st-century therapeutic magnets
The difference between the creators of two new theories of science reveals the social nature of the scientific process
Rarely does anyone weigh facts before deciding what to believe
The lifetime of civilizations in the Drake equation for estimating extraterrestrial intelligences is greatly exaggerated
The voice of the people reveals why evolution remains controversial
On the occasion of Stephen W. Hawking's 60th trip around the sun, we consider a social phenomenon that reveals something deep about human nature
Science helps us understand the essential tension between orthodoxy and heresy in science
An inquiry into the original meaning of the word "skeptic"
Fifty years ago Martin Gardner launched the modern skeptical movement. Unfortunately, much of what he wrote about is still current today
The advance of science, not the demotion of religion, will best counter the influence of creationism