The Skeptic is published four times per year by Australian Skeptics Inc. Since the first issue was published in 1981, the Skeptic has printed articles on a vast variety of sceptical subjects ranging from alien abduction to zombies. There was even an article on Electroencephaloneuromentimpography. You can find out more on the evolution of the Skeptic in this brief History.
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The Skeptic is now in its 35th year, and our most recent issue is Volume 35 Number 1. You can have a peek at the cover and table of contents of this issue and other issues from the past 12 months, below. Each of the recent issues also includes one full article. You’ll need to have a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader.
- Vol 35 no 1, March 2015
Featured article: Research Lacks Backbone — Tim Mendham reports on a complaint about chiropractic research.
- Vol 34 no 4, December 2014
Featured article: Cognitive Dissidents — Martin Bridgstock ponders whether the ‘D-word’ should be banned from polite company.
- Vol 34 no 3, September 2014
Featured article: Pharmacy Fantasy — Loretta Marron looks at a disturbing attempt by pharmacists to woo customers … with woo
- Vol 34 no 2, June 2014
Featured article: Get Knickered — Jo Alabaster looks into a pair of men’s undies.
Issues from more than 12 months ago are available in full below. To read them online click on the issue number you are interested in. You’ll need to have a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader.