- Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, former name of Committee for Skeptical Inquiry
“Have you investigated any of the evidence for these phenomena (no, reading only the CSICOP et.al. literature does not count as investigation)?”
“There is nothing scientific in CSICOP even its name is a lie.”
“Particularly when study data validated claims of ESP, the CSICOP persecution machine would ramp up, and attempt to have scientists removed from University positions, demoted, fired, and denounced as “pseudo-scientists”!”
“The fact CSICOP/CSI embraced him as a valued member at the top of their pecking order/heap, a “hero” to the cause, speaks volumes.”
“The political left also dominates the so-called "skeptics" groups, like CSICOP, founded by Marxists and possibly funded by Big Medicine -- which goes increasingly socialistic while natural healing methods of authentic grassroots healers gets trashed and thrashed, bad-mouthed and such.”
“There are plenty of organizations (Randi, CSICOP, etc.) that claim they can make scientific claims about the supernatural, paranormal, etc.”
“Here is an excellent CSICOP article written for the 60th anniversary of the Welles broadcast that includes explanations of the South American incidents.”
“Like the high-priests of CSICOP, their minds are made up before the study begins.”
“Taking the sometimes unscientific methods of CSICOP one step further, Penn & Teller P&T use their pay-TV pulpit to smear and denigrate those who dare to dabble in the fields of Ufology, cryptozoology, remote viewing, and other arcane areas.”
“Interestingly, I just discovered that the online Skeptic's Dictionary (which I think is affiliated with CSICOP in some way) is a wonderful (& witty!) source of information about the occult, etc.”
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