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ORGANIZATION

Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, renamed the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry in 2006.

Official Website:
http://www.csicop.org/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Allen
Talk Show Host
26-Dec-1921 30-Oct-2000 The Tonight Show
Isaac Asimov
Author
2-Jan-1920 6-Apr-1992 Foundation
Bart Jan Bok
Astronomer
28-Apr-1906 5-Aug-1983 Bok globules
Francis Crick
Scientist
8-Jun-1916 28-Jul-2004 Co-Discoverer of the structure of DNA
Richard Dawkins
Biologist
26-Mar-1941   Zoologist and evolutionary biologist
Persi Diaconis
Mathematician
31-Jan-1945   Science of random numbers
Ann Druyan
Author
13-Jun-1949   Co-wrote Cosmos with husband Carl Sagan
Martin Gardner
Mathematician
21-Oct-1914 22-May-2010 Mathematical games, Scientific American
Murray Gell-Mann
Physicist
15-Sep-1929   Quarks and strangeness
Stephen Jay Gould
Biologist
10-Sep-1941 20-May-2002 Evolutionary scientist
Douglas Hofstadter
Author
15-Feb-1945   Godel, Escher, Bach
Paul Kurtz
Philosopher
21-Dec-1925   The pope of unbelievers
Marvin Minsky
Scientist
9-Aug-1927   Father of Artificial Intelligence
Joe Nickell
Author
1-Dec-1944   Professional skeptic
Bill Nye
TV Personality
27-Nov-1955   Bill Nye the Science Guy
James E. Oberg
Historian
7-Nov-1944   Space exploration historian
John Allen Paulos
Mathematician
4-Jul-1945   Innumeracy
James Randi
Magician
7-Aug-1928   The Amazing Randi
Carl Sagan
Astronomer
9-Nov-1934 20-Dec-1996 Popular astronomer, host of Cosmos
Glenn Seaborg
Physicist
19-Apr-1912 25-Feb-1999 Co-Discoverer of Plutonium
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Astronomer
5-Oct-1958   Astrophysicist
Marilyn vos Savant
Columnist
11-Aug-1946   IQ 228, writes for Parade
Steven Weinberg
Physicist
3-May-1933   Electroweak Theory


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