Essay. Having a debate inevitably suggests that each side has some credibility. As a result, opponents of the scientific method try very hard to appear in debates with scientists. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view]
The Journal of Strange Phenomenae. Online version of the print magazine.
Tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments, based on Sagan's book "The Demon Haunted World: Science as a candle in the dark."
A bibliography from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, for those who want to examine with a skeptical eye some of the claims at the fringes of science that seem connected to astronomy.
A how-to guide for examining claims and debunking myths, math abuse, and misleading arguments.
Experts test claims on subjects including dinosaurs, creation/evolution, and cryptozoology.
Debunks religion, the origin of God, the Bible, near death experiences and paranormal contacts with spirits.
E-zine featuring writings on skeptical inquiry and critical thinking. Also lists related books and provides links to numerous websites on topics including skepticism, alternative science, creationism, and health fraud.
Criticism of skepticism, including information about fraud in mainstream science and questioning of the methods and motives of skeptics.
How it differs from science, how to spot it. Junk science, pathological science, quackery and pseudoscientific scams.