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Springfield, IL

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December 21, 2008

How did you become a skeptic?

I discovered I have a wonderful contraption called a brain.

Did you formerly believe some paranormal or pseudoscience claims?

Oh, "believe" is such a strong word. Things sometimes happen that are extremely difficult to explain. This doesn't mean there is no explanation for them.

Do you read Skeptical Inquirer, Skeptic, or a similar magazine?

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I like to think of myself as­inded to the notion that science can explain anything. I don't doubt that there are phenomena that seem unexplainable. But only because we haven't figured out how to use real science to explain them.

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