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Last Several Weeks In Science Based Medicine PDF Print E-mail
Written by Harriet Hall   

Here is a recap of the stories that appeared last week at Science-Based Medicine, a multi-author skeptical blog that separates the science from the woo-woo in medicine. 

Martin Rundkvist Reports on Randi PDF Print E-mail
European Tour
Written by Jeff Wagg   

Martin Rundkvist, speaker at TAM 5.5, archaeologist and friend of the JREF, spent some time with Randi during his European tour. He reports:

I spent Tuesday in the charming company of James Randi and his assistant, journalist Brandon Thorp. Myself and P.J. Råsmark had taken it upon ourselves to act as native guides and gophers for Randi during his days in Stockholm at the invitation of the Swedish Skeptics. So in the morning we went cane shopping together, though none of the canes we found were sufficiently antique-looking for our guest, and he seemed to manage effortlessly without one. And then we checked out the Vasa 17th century warship museum, since this is Stockholm's one truly unique attraction as far as I'm aware. (You'll recognise my M.O. from Massimo Polidoro's and Manuel Paz-y-Mino's visit a year ago.) Randi uses the Vasa, which sunk on its maiden voyage due to unrealistic royal demands incorporated into its design, as one of the test cases in his upcoming book Wrong!. In the afternoon there were interviews with Lars Björkvall of Vetenskap & Historia and Christer Sturmark of Humanisten, the latter periodical being a publication of the Swedish Humanist Association.

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I'd like to thank you PDF Print E-mail
James Randi
Written by James Randi   

Dear Friend, 

Next week, We'll be mailing out Flim-Flam! bumper stickers as a special thank you to all the new monthly donors who took a stand with us. I hope that we'll be sending one of these bumper stickers to you.


If you're still thinking about joining our monthly donor program, now is the time to sign up and Take a Stand for Skepticism. 

Don’t miss your chance to receive a Flim-Flam! bumper sticker for making this commitment to our shared mission—there's still time. Your monthly gift will make a difference immediately. 

Your generous support will help the JREF:

  • Expose paranormal and pseudoscientific frauds in the media, and hold media organizations accountable for promoting dangerous nonsense
  • Provide grants and free teaching modules to educators, to help them inspire an investigative spirit in the next generation of critical thinkers
  • Award scholarships that encourage scientific skepticism among students
  • Support grassroots skeptics groups with tools to help them organize and promote skepticism and critical thinking
  • Digitally publish the important works of skepticism for distribution on the iPad, Kindle and other e-readers
  • And organize major conferences and other gatherings that bring the entire skeptical community together

Your continuing contribution will help keep the light of reason shining all year long. 

Please join our monthly donors today. 

As always, thank you for all that you do. 

Very sincerely, 

James Randi

Tim Farley from TAM6: Building Internet Tools for Skeptics PDF Print E-mail
Amazing Meeting
Written by JREF   

In an effort to make our extensive video library available online free of charge, The James Randi Educational Foundation is posting high quality digital video lectures and sessions from previous Amaz!ng Meetings and other events on Check back often to see the latest video content.

Tim Farley of What's the Harm? offers plenty of practical advice for effectively using the internet to advance the message of skepticism in the Web 2.0 world in this talk presented at the Amaz!ng Meeting 6. 


Putting Quacks, Scams, and Shams on the Ropes PDF Print E-mail


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