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'''Steven Novella''' is a clinical neurologist and assistant professor at the [[Yale University]] School of Medicine.  In addition, he is a medical advisor to the organization Quackwatch, serves as an associate editor of the Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, and he is the executive editor of the blog Science-Based Medicine.  
 
'''Steven Novella''' is a clinical neurologist and assistant professor at the [[Yale University]] School of Medicine.  In addition, he is a medical advisor to the organization Quackwatch, serves as an associate editor of the Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, and he is the executive editor of the blog Science-Based Medicine.  
  
Novella is a prominent [[atheism|atheist]]/skeptic who co-founded the New England Skeptical Society and he serves as their president.<ref>[https://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/there-is-no-problem-with-atheism/ There is No Problem with Atheism] by Steven Novella</ref> The organization's podcast, The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe is popular within the skeptical movement. He also participated in the pro-[[evolution]] campaign called Project Steve and was one of the first 200 people to contribute the project as a signer.
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Novella is a prominent [[atheism|atheist]]/skeptic who co-founded the New England Skeptical Society and he serves as their president.<ref>[https://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/there-is-no-problem-with-atheism/ There is No Problem with Atheism] by Steven Novella</ref> The organization's podcast, The ''Skeptics' Guide to the Universe'' is popular within the skeptical movement. He also participated in the pro-[[evolution]] campaign called Project Steve and was one of the first 200 people to contribute the project as a signer.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 01:58, February 9, 2019

The American skeptical activist and atheist Susan Gerbic and the atheist Steven Novella

Steven Novella is a clinical neurologist and assistant professor at the Yale University School of Medicine. In addition, he is a medical advisor to the organization Quackwatch, serves as an associate editor of the Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, and he is the executive editor of the blog Science-Based Medicine.

Novella is a prominent atheist/skeptic who co-founded the New England Skeptical Society and he serves as their president.[1] The organization's podcast, The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe is popular within the skeptical movement. He also participated in the pro-evolution campaign called Project Steve and was one of the first 200 people to contribute the project as a signer.

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