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  • adjective Not skeptical; having an open mind.

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Examples

  • In numerous interviews with remarkably unskeptical reporters, astrologers successfully peddled the notion that it was all a big misunderstanding.

    Astrologers struggle with slippage between constellations, horoscope signs

  • Mostly the article seemed to confirm James' argument that Doherty skips peer review so he can market to an eager crowd of strangely unskeptical skeptics without ravaged by experts in the field.

    More Mythicist-Creationist Parallels

  • Television, which deals in pictures, is particularly unskeptical about this dogma of skepticism.

    Conventional Journalism

  • Media critic Glenn Greenwald called Gibson's claim "one of the falsest statements ever uttered on TV" - and made his point using Gibson's unskeptical Powell coverage at the time.

    Jeff Cohen: McClellan and His Media Collaborators

  • Briefly, Krugman writes for a print outlet called The New York Times, which once had a stellar reputation but has since been tainted by scandal and unskeptical regurgitation of government propaganda.

    Hullabaloo

  • It would also have the salutory effect of providing additional training in science and critical thinking that could innoculate budding physicians from at least some of the credulity that even the most educated person finds hard to avoid -- rather than contributing to such tendencies, as medical schools are sadly beginning to do with their unskeptical treatment of alternative medicine. posted by Nick Anthis at

    There's Some Good Stuff Out There

  • The problem, he says, is that a deluge of largely unskeptical media coverage has so "" glamorized '' day trading that people are ignoring its dangers.

    Fast, Yes. Easy? No.

  • It would also have the salutory effect of providing additional training in science and critical thinking that could innoculate budding physicians from at least some of the credulity that even the most educated person finds hard to avoid -- rather than contributing to such tendencies, as medical schools are sadly beginning to do with their unskeptical treatment of alternative medicine. posted by Nick Anthis at

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  • The BBC would be far fairer were it to employ a skeptical scientist writer alongside its unskeptical science writer, the venerable Mr.Dr. Gregory.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • But you'd never know that there is legitimate controversy from having read the unskeptical Mr.Dr. Gregory.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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