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Skeptical Organisations
A listing of some of the many skeptically focused organisations.

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ASKE
  The Association for Skeptical Enquiry.
ASKE is an association of individuals from all walks of life throughout the UK brought together by their support of rational, objective and scientific methods to the investigation and understanding of ideas, claims and practices, especially those of an extraordinary or paranormal nature.
It also publishes The Skeptical Intelligencer annually and a quarterly newsletter, the Skeptical Adversaria

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17th May 2006
Bullshido: Martial Arts Information Without BS
  Skeptical Martial Artists fighting fraud in the Martial Arts. The Internet's #1 Martial Arts community with over 16,000 members and over 1,000,000 posts on the forums. Join us today.

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6th February 2006
CSICOP
  Publisher of "The Skeptical Inquirer"

CSICOP encourages the critical investigation of paranormal and fringe-science claims from a responsible, scientific point of view and disseminates factual information about the results of such inquiries to the scientific community and the public.
 
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18th January 2006
Demon-Haunted Hotels
  We are putting copies of books promoting skepticism—The Demon-Haunted World, Flim-Flam!, Why People Believe Weird Things—in public places such as hotel rooms and coffee shops. Our goal is simple: letting the world know that "skeptic" does not mean "cynic."
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21st October 2006
National Center for Science Education
  The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) defends the teaching of evolution in public schools. We are a nationally-recognized clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and "scientific creationism" out.  
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11th January 2006
Project Jason
  Assistance for families of the missing: "Our mission as a non profit organization is to create and increase public awareness of missing people through a variety of outreach and educational activities. Project Jason seeks to bring hope and assistance to families of the missing by providing resources and support."

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24th February 2006
Rational Response Squad
  The Rational Response Squad is an activist network of atheists who are fed up with religions dominance on society. They openly criticize theism as well as psychics the belief in the paranormal and a host of other unproven claims as irrational. They unite atheists who seek to speak out more often, get involved in blunt discourse, and distribute literature that can increase awareness as to the dangers of dogma. Accompanied with this network of activists is an internet radio show that works with such guests as Sam Harris, Richard Carrier, Brian Flemming, Richard Dawkins, and more.

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21st October 2006
Skepchick.org
  Skepchicks, Intl. is an organization dedicated to promoting skepticism and critical thinking amongst women around the world.  
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11th January 2006
Skeptical Inquirer
  The Magazine for Science and Reason, published by the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, tells you what the scientific community knows about claims of the paranormal, as opposed to the sensationalism often presented by the press, television, and movies.

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12th June 2006
StopKaz.com
  Examines and debunks the claims of one "Dr. Kaz deMille-Jacobsen," who obtains donations from church congregations by telling her seemingly false story of being a survivor of the September 11th, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center.

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17th February 2006
The Skeptic Express
  The Skeptic Express is a new UK site dedicated to the search for the truth in all manner of extraordinary and fringe claims by challenging common misperceptions, ignorance and spin using critical thinking. Put simply, our aim is to examine the issues from a balanced viewpoint and tell it as it really is.
NEW: Attention all CT teachers and students. Why not come and share your experiences, resources and best practice in our dedicated critical thinking/ education forum.
Patron: James Randi

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17th May 2006
  Tony Youens
  The official website of Tony Youens featuring articles, investigations and commentary about paranormal claims. Tony is a founding member of the Association for Skeptical Enquiry (ASKE) and has appeared on various TV programmes and given numerous radio and press interviews.  
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18th January 2006
UK Skeptics
  The UK Skeptics' website aims to provide a balance to the uncritical promotion and acceptance of extraordinary and controversial claims in the UK today. Its purpose is also to demonstrate what skepticism really is and to dispel the common misconceptions. UK Skeptics is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting skepticism and critical thinking skills in society by providing educational material. Please note the UK Skeptics website address changed to www.ukskeptics.com as of 18th May 2006.

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18th May 2006
 
The Skeptics Society
  Founded by Dr Michael Shermer, the Skeptics Society is also publisher of Skeptic magazine.

The Skeptics Society is a scientific and educational organization of scholars, scientists, historians, magicians, professors and teachers, and anyone curious about controversial ideas, extraordinary claims, revolutionary ideas, and the promotion of science. Our mission is to serve as an educational tool for those seeking clarification and viewpoints on those controversial ideas and claims.

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18th January 2006
 
Australian Skeptics
  The Australian Skeptics Inc. is a group that investigates the paranormal and pseudo-science from a responsible scientific viewpoint. Most people are familiar with the more popular subjects that we investigate such as astrology, fortune telling, UFOs and crop circles. Did you know that we also investigate topics like fundamentalism, Feng Shui, subluxations and vitamin supplements?  
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18th January 2006
 


 
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