The July/August 2005 of Skeptical Inquirer has been released, and as usual the SI website has a number of the articles available for free:
- Carl Sagan takes some questions. No, not through a medium – an unpublished text which has just been recently located.
- Joe Nickell investigates the case of the psychic detectives.
- James Randi describes the type of people who apply for his $1million prize.
If you buy the magazine you’ll also get an article from Sagan’s widow Ann Druyan, a critical look at Fritjof Capra, and some self-examination the negative connotations of the word ‘skeptic’. See the website for complete details of the latest issue.