The Skeptic's Dictionary
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The Skeptic's Dictionary is a website and a book that has entries on pseudoscientific, occult, paranormal and other junk beliefs in an encyclopedic order. Edited by former professor, atheist and skeptic Robert Todd Carroll (1945–2016), the site was launched in 1994 and now boasts more than 750 entries "from abracadabra to zombies" (the actual list starts with 2012 doomsday theories and includes entries on Abraham-Hicks and abracadabra which come before acupuncture alphabetically).
The website is popular and is an antidote to the vast amount of paranormal, pseudoscientific, and other dubious material and quackery available online and offline.