Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Kevin Randle: The difference between a debunker and a skeptic

A clip from the interview I conducted with Kevin Randle back in September, 2001, in Kevin's hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for Stanton T. Friedman is Real. In this heretofore unseen segment, Kevin talks about the difference between true skepticism and debunkery / true believer-ism.

Paul Kimball


Mac said...


Even so, a skeptic *can* be a debunker -- but only if the phenomenon in question *is* bunk!

I think the "debunkers" Randle speaks of need a new name: "psuedoskeptics."

Paul Kimball said...


I go with "fundamentalist debunkers" to differentiate them from legitimate debunkers, i.e. the ones who debunk bunk.