Skeptic Project relies on volunteers from the Internet to help write and
update articles. Anyone can contribute (see How To
Contribute below) to the site, but of course some conditions apply:
- All information must be sourced; conspiracy web sites do not count as
sources, and other debunking sites shouldn't be used because they are secondary sources.
- The Editing Committee has complete editing control - that means we can update spelling, grammar,
structure, etc if
How To Contribute
contact us about translations, new additions,
corrections, etc. If you want to contribute a debunking/discussion to Skeptic Project you can
contact us with the following information:
- This can either be your real name or a pen name, if you don't provide
one we'll make one up, and it might sound goofy so it's better if you pick.
- The Claim
- The claim made by conspiracy theorists or the ignorant; this will appear
in green on the web site.
- The Rebuttal / Information
- This is the information as to how/why the claim is false or correct, but
be sure to be as detailed as possible; this will appear in black on my site.
- The Sources
- While we don't require a source for the claim, we do prefer there to be
one. All rebuttals must have sources, however. Furthermore we will verify all
sources. The easiest way to list your sources is to provide a number
in brackets [#] after what's being sourced and at the very bottom, after
both your claim and rebuttal, number each source accordingly.
Your name (as listed above) will be mentioned and you will have an entry on
the contributors page. Keep in mind, in the rare case that you provide a name
already in use, we'll try to contact you about it, but if you don't reply we'll
simply make something up.