Skeptical Inquirer 31:3GregSunday, July 8th10 Comments1 min read The May/June 2007 issue of Skeptical Inquirer has been released, and as usual there is an assortment of articles from the print mag available freely online: Skeptical Inquirer have a position paper on global warming. Joe Nickell (I think) writes about “Deciphering Da Vinci’s Real Codes“. Stanley Jeffers comments on the recent closure of the PEAR Lab. Charles L. Rulon debates Creationists. Benjamin Radford comments on “Sylvia Browne’s Biggest Blunder“. Todd C. Riniolo and Lee Nisbet discuss “The Myth of Consistent Skepticism“. All those SI readers should pay attention to the final sentence in that piece. More free content besides, check out the full contents list of the print mag at the Skeptical Inquirer website.