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The website of the 'The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry' pokes holes in clairvoyants, miracle cures, homeopathy, power bands, hoaxes, pseudo-science, and the massive range of snake oil hokus-pokus merchants that exist to dupe gullible people from their money.

It is also quite prepared to use hard science, maths and logic to take on pharmaceutical companies and other big company PR outfits , much prone to distort statistics and 'research' in favour of their products and brands.

The editor, Kendrick Frazier explains "Skeptical Inquirer is an unusual hybrid, part semi-popular magazine, part scientific journal. It's fair to say that we not only help to cross disciplinary barriers within scientific fields but bridge the gaps between the hard and soft sciences and between science and the general public."

Sounds ideal for Sitejabber readers who want to sort fact from c*ap.

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