Kendrick Frazier

Kendrick Frazier

Kendrick Crosby Frazier (born March 19, 1942 in Windsor, Colorado) is a science writer and longtime editor of Skeptical Inquirer magazine. He is also a former editor of Science News, author or editor of ten books, and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He is a fellow and a member of the executive council of Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI), an international organization which promotes scientific inquiry.

He has written extensively about a variety of science topics including astronomy, space exploration, the earth and planetary sciences, archaeology, technology, the history and philosophy of science, public issues of science, and the critical examination of pseudoscience and fringe-science.

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... Face of Nature Severe Phenomena and Natural Disasters,by Kendrick Frazier, William Morrow, New York, 1979, ISBN 0-688-03528-0 Paranormal Borderlands of Science, edited by Kendrick Frazier, Prometheus ... Our Turbulent Sun, by Kendrick Frazier ... By Kendrick Frazier and the Editors of Time-Life Books ...

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