Barefoot In Sedona: Bogus Claims About Grounding Your Feet to Earth Promote Medical Pseudoscience

There is a website that reveals “The world’s most dangerous invention.” Care to speculate what that invention might be? I might have guessed nuclear weapons. Others have incriminated guns, cigarettes, genetic engineering, religion, The Web, The Large Hadron Collider, and automobiles. But this website was not talking about any of those, but about a far

Wired to the Kitchen Sink: Studying Weird Claims for Fun and Profit

An evaluation of Dr. John Upledger’s craniosacral therapy illustrates an exercise proposed for skeptics to develop critical thinking and a better understanding of human psychologyAfter reading some particularly egregious nonsense, you have probably asked yourself; “How could anyone in his right mind believe that?” There is an answer to your question. In. fact, the person