Wonder en is gheen Wonder

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Wonder en is gheen Wonder
Editor-in-chief Pieter van Nuffel
Categories Scientific skepticism
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher SKEPP
First issue 2000
Country Belgium (Flanders)
Language Dutch
Website skepp.be/nl/tijdschrift
ISSN 1377-5359

Wonder en is gheen Wonder (Mystery is no Mystery) is a popular science magazine of the Flemish skeptical association SKEPP. The paper was founded in 2000 by Tom Schoepen, who also served as its editor for its first ten years.[1] As of 2014, the staff consists of editor-in-chief Pieter van Nuffel and Griet Vandermassen, Johan Braeckman, Marc Meuleman, Tom Schoepen, Geerdt Magiels, Cliff Beeckman, Maarten Boudry, Pieter Peyskens, Luc Bonneu], Roeland Termote, and SKEPP founder Tim Trachet.[2] The magazine is published four times a year and addresses pseudoscientific as well as science philosophical topics. The title is a reference to the 16th century Flemish mathematician and engineer Simon Stevin's commentary to his famous thought experiment: even if something looks strange, it can still have a naturalistic explanation.[3] The subtitle Tijdschrift voor wetenschap en rede ("Magazine for science and reason") was taken from Skeptical Inquirer, the most world-renowned skeptical magazine that is published by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

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  1. ^ "Wie is wie (bio's)" (in Dutch). Website SKEPP. Retrieved 4 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "Raad van bestuur en vrijwilligers" (in Dutch). Website SKEPP. Retrieved 4 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Culturele en literaire tijdschriften: 'Wonder en is gheen Wonder" (in Dutch). De Tijdschriften. Retrieved 4 June 2014. 

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