In the upcoming edition of Skepter a new article will appear about Ripperology, the historic pseudoscience of the history of Jack the Ripper. Why I call it pseudoscientific is purely because many ripperologists do not look critically at the source material concerning their candidate, they view the material mostly through nineteenth century eyes and knowledge (which is good for one perspective, but not to identify a killer that has remained unknown for nearly 150 years). There are suggestions being made for further research. And the proceeds of this article are donated to the Skepsis foundation to replenish the funds lost in the court case against Ruggero Santilli.
The Paravisie interview will be published in the July edition coming out later in June.
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