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Skepdic is The Skeptic's dictionary. It is a collection of "cross-referenced" skeptical essays by Robert Todd Carroll, published on his website and in a printed book. The site was launched in 1994 and the book was published in 2003 with less than 400 entries. In the last five years the website has grown to more than 500 entries.

Robert Todd Carroll

Robert Todd Carrroll the author of Skepdic considers himself a militant atheist and hardened skeptic.


The categories in skepdic are alternative medicine, cryptozoology, ETs and UFOs, frauds and hoaxes, junk science,[1] logic and perception, new age, paranormal, science and philosophy and supernatural. The website also contains articles attacking Biblical history such as Noah's Ark.

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  1. However, clearly false theories such as global warming and evolution are left out

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