What is skeptical inquirer?

Some articles on skeptical inquirer, skeptical:

Robert Sheaffer
... Sheaffer writes for Skeptical Inquirer (for which he writes the regular "Psychic Vibrations" column), Fate Magazine, and Spaceflight ... James Oberg) of the UFO Subcommittee of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (formerly Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal), and is a fellow of that organization ... Sheaffer's article in Skeptical Inquirer Magazine's Nov/Dec 2010 issue is a discussion of how photographs and videos are used ...
Ray Hyman - Career
... (and) for his courageous advocacy of unfettered skeptical inquiry" ... Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP) (which is now known as the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI)), which publishes the Skeptical Inquirer ... generated more requests for reprints than any other article in the history of the Skeptical Inquirer” ...
Elizabeth Loftus - Publications - Notable Journal Articles
... Skeptical Inquirer 19 20–29 ... Skeptical Inquirer ... Skeptical Inquirer, 26, #4 (July/Aug), Pp ...
Skeptical Inquirer - Collections
... been several collections of articles from the Skeptical Inquirer, most edited by Frazier ... Bizarre Cases From the Files of The Skeptical Inquirer (2000) ... Five of the eighteen chapters are reprints of Skeptical Inquirer articles ...

Famous quotes containing the words inquirer and/or skeptical:

    Thatcher: Now tell me honestly, my boy. Don’t you think it’s rather unwise to continue this philanthropic enterprise, this Inquirer that’s costing you a million dollars a year?
    Charles Foster Kane: You’re right, Mr. Thatcher. I did lose a million dollars last year. I expect to lose a million dollars next year. You know, Mr. Thatcher, at the rate of a million dollars a year, I’ll have to close this place in sixty years.
    Orson Welles (1915–1985)

    I am afraid that old women are more skeptical in their most secret heart of hearts than any man: they believe in the superficiality of existence as in its essence, and all virtue and profundity is to them merely a veil over this “truth,” a most welcome veil over a pudendum—and so a matter of decency and modesty, and nothing else.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)