Monterey County is located on California’s Central Coast line, 2 hours south of San Francisco, and 6 hours north of Los Angeles. Monterey County Skeptics are a social meetup group that meets several times a month to socialize and eat. They also partake in planetarium and other science events.
The Atlanta Skeptics is a social organization that brings people together to discuss skepticism, science, and critical thinking. More
Posted by Eric Weiss / / Categories: Americas, Atlanta, Blog, Georgia, Groups, USA / Tags: Adam Levenstein, Andrew Sevrisnky, James Severin, Jerry Jobe, Joe Anderson, Lisa Hammett, Maria Walters, Rich Hammett, Scott Little, Stephen K, Taylor Proctor, Tim Farley
Bay Area Skeptics was founded in June 1982 as the first “local interest group” inspired by what is now known as the Center for Scientific Inquiry. Although they have overlapping interests, Bay Area Skeptics is independent of all other groups. More
Consequence is a biweekly podcast from the James Randi Educational Foundation. Each episode, regular people share their personal narratives about the negative impact a belief in pseudoscience, superstition, and the paranormal has had on their lives. More
Benjamin Radford is deputy editor of the science magazine Skeptical Inquirer, former editor-in-chief of the Spanish-language magazine Pensar, which was published in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a columnist for Skeptical Inquirer magazine Skeptical Briefs newsletter, Discovery News, LiveScience.com and MediaMythmakers.com. More
Posted by Katy Hall / / Categories: Cryptozoology, People, Pseudoscience, Science, USA, Zoology / Tags: Ben Radford, Bigfoot, Chupacabra, Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, crop circles, exorcisms, ghosts, haunted houses, lake monsters, Loch Ness Monster, miracles, paranormal investigator, Playing Gods, psychics, reincarnation, stigmata, UFO sightings, werewolves
Harriet Hall is a retired family physician, former U.S. Air Force flight surgeon and skeptic who writes about medicine, so-called complementary and alternative medicine, science, quackery, and critical thinking. More