Skepticism

Skepticism

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By Laurie Garrett Things are getting down and dirty now. And millions of lives are at stake. I cannot possibly state strongly enough how dangerous...

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By Rachel Becker Both Europe and North America are warmed in the winter by currents circulating in the Atlantic — but climate change threatens this...

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By Conor Friedersdorf Professor Keith Humphreys of Stanford University does not believe that speech is threatened on America’s campuses. He’s never perceived a meaningful threat...

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By Kathy Frankovic Sometimes it seems that Americans will believe anything.  And what we know as true or not true these days can depend on...

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By Ed Yong On August 15th, with little fanfare, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took steps to improve its ability to deal...

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By Chris Mooney The Office of Special Counsel, an independent U.S. agency that protects whistleblowers and investigates prohibited practices that affect government employees, declined this...

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By James Hamblin When Larry Schlachter was a 31-year-old neurosurgeon, he was driving to the hospital early one morning and “just blacked out.” He crashed...

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By Yvette d'Entremont When you deeply want something to be true, that’s when you have to question it the most. I want chocolate-covered bacon to be...

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By Antone Martinho I have recently decided to bring two small parrots into my home. They are celestial parrotlets, originally from Ecuador and Peru, and...

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By Joe Connelly The Trump administration appears set to take a hard right turn on environmental policy, with climate change skeptic Scott Pruitt as boss...