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inFact with Brian Dunning
Truth Truth A skeptic and a believer take some tumbles for science while discovering the truth behind something you probably believe in. In this pilot episode, Brian & Shira test binaural beats, audio files that claim to scientifically affect your brain waves and induce a desired mental state, like a digital drug. Does being on a digital drug affect your performance at the amusement park as much as the real thing? One of them will discover that Truth Hurts.
Doubtful News: Can you really believe this stuff?
James Randi Educational Foundation Some people see human tragedies as a time for empathy, sympathy, or charity. Then there are those who see it as an opportunity. It didn’t take long after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, for Uri Geller to take to the airwaves and claim that he was asked to help in the search for the plane. James Randi Educational Foundation
Consequence - True Stories About False Things 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. From the thrilling to the uplifting, Consequence brings you true stories about false things. Episode 4: David McCarthy vs Ramtha's School of Enlightenment Channeler J.Z. Consequence - True Stories About False Things
Randi Foundation
Project Alpha Project Alpha was an elaborate hoax that began in 1979 and ended with its disclosure in 1981. It was orchestrated by the stage magician and skeptic James Randi. It involved planting two fake psychics, Steve Shaw (now better known as Banachek) and Michael Edwards, into a paranormal research project. During the initial stages of the investigation, the researchers came to believe that the pair's psychic powers were real. However, more formal experiments, as well as criticism from both the parapsychology community and Randi himself, led them to dismiss their initial trust.[1] The hoax was later revealed publicly. Following Project Alpha, Randi went on to use variations of the technique on several other occasions. Project Alpha
Project Alpha Project Alpha The Skeptical Inquirer Summer 1983 The Project Alpha Experiment: Part one. The First Two Years
League of Reason
Improbable Research
Retraction Watch
The Debunker's Domain
Skeptic North
The Skeptic's Dictionary
Don't Get Fooled Again
Science, Reason and Critical Thinking
Reality Is My Religion
The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
Teen Skepchick
The Skeptiseum