Scientific skepticism involves the application of skeptical philosophy, critical-thinking skills, and knowledge of science and its methods to empirical claims, while remaining agnostic or neutral to non-empirical claims (except those that directly impact the practice of science).
Scientific Skepticism is one of CFI Canada’s core areas of focus, as described in our Strategic Plan.
To learn more, see “Science Check” articles from CFIC’s monthly e-newsletter, Critical Links.
Over the next three years:
• CFIC will expose a pseudoscientific practice (Thermography) through research and promotion of results
• CFIC will work towards achieving mutually beneficial partnerships to strengthen each partners’ mandate
• Research and promote the results of the financial implications of income tax claims for pseudo-scientific “medicine”
• A media campaign will demonstrate issues related to pseudoscientific practices.
• CFIC will have a searchable archive of its Scientific Skepticism publications
Click here for additional information about CFI’s activities, initiatives, and actions promoting science and scientific skepticism.