"By Winston Wu, Founder of SCEPCOP — The Scientific Committee to Evaluate PseudoSkeptical Criticism of the Paranormal (DebunkingSkeptics.com), the first coalition created to counter the misinformation and fallacies of the PseudoSkeptics such as CSICOP, James Randi, Michael Shermer, and their movements and followers.
Mr. Wu was the 1st back in 2000 to write a comprehensive point-by-point treatise and book debunking the standard arguments of PseudoSkeptics and Paranormal Debunkers. It was hailed by the Parapsychology community as a groundbreaking work, the first of its kind and much needed, by noteworthy Parapsychologists such as Dr. Gary Schwartz, Dean Radin, Stanton Friedman, and others.
Mr. Wu has been debating the PseudoSkeptics since 1997 and is well versed in paranormal evidence. As such, he is very astute at pointing out the ways in which the pseudoskeptical criticism fails to account for the evidence and therefore does not hold up. He brilliantly explains the difference between "true skepticism" and the original meaning of the word vs. the "pseudoskepticism" masquerading as rationality, critical thinking, science today, which in reality has nothing to do with skepticism and more to do with spin, thought suppression and control of information.
This book contains the latest version of Mr. Wu's Treatise. It is a superb compendium of rebuttals to the pseudoskeptical arguments which are still being used today.
For doubters and those wanting to learn about the case for paranormal and psychic phenomena, Mr. Wu presents the evidence solidly, from anecdotes and experiences, to scientific research as well as common sense and deductive reasoning.
It is a great work by a champion of truth and open minded skepticism, as well as an eloquent philosophical dissertation. All in all, a must read for the truth seeker and paranormal researcher."