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In an interview on the NPR program All Things Considered, Sokal said he was inspired to submit the hoax article after reading Higher Superstition: The Academic Left and Its Quarrels With Science ( 1994 ), by Paul R. Gross and Norman Levitt.
Both sisters have refused to comment publicly about their feud and dysfunctional family relationships, though in an interview with John Kobal, Fontaine stated categorically that the so-called rivalry was a pure hoax, cooked up by the studio publicity hounds.
Both sisters have refused to comment publicly about their feud and dysfunctional family relationship, though in an interview with John Kobal, Fontaine stated that the so-called rivalry was a hoax, created by studio publicity hounds.
An internet video claimed that he died a year later from an incurable form of leukemia, but later the Trainrider revealed in an interview that this video was made by a fan and the story of his death was a hoax.
In an interview given in 1930 to Eugene O ' Donnell, a well-known contemporary writer on occult matters, Latchmore finally admitted that his ' Minsden Ghost ' photograph was a hoax.
" In a later interview with BBC Television, Judge Ward stated, " Alex Haley perpetrated a hoax on the public.
After the original interview was revealed as a hoax, Bichlbaum appeared in a follow-up interview on the United Kingdom's Channel 4 news.
During the interview he was asked if he had considered the emotions and reaction of the people of Bhopal when producing the hoax.
He gives the details of his hoax in this interview, and admits that there never was a " Monkeyman " performing good deeds.
In the early 1990s author Andru Reeve repeatedly tried to interview Knight while writing a book about the " Paul is dead " hoax.
" In a later interview with BBC Television, Judge Ward stated, " Alex Haley perpetrated a hoax on the public.
In December 2006, he contributed to the Flemish Secession hoax, by giving an interview in which he congratulated Flemings for their purported independence.
In February 2008 the paper was involved in a scandal when it published a hoax interview with the Croatian then-prime minister Ivo Sanader.
Later Uschuya recanted the forging story during an interview with a German journalist, saying that he had claimed they were a hoax to avoid imprisonment for selling archaeological artifacts.

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The wife of Scoop Beal, the editor of the Humboldt Standard, which later combined with the Humboldt Times, in which Genzoli's story had appeared, has stated that her husband was in on the hoax with Wallace.
This was subsequently exposed as a hoax and has been replaced on the source web site with more accurate information.
By mid-1892 Satie had composed the first pieces in a compositional system of his own making (), had provided incidental music to a chivalric esoteric play ( two ), had had his first hoax published ( announcing the premiere of, an anti-Wagnerian opera he probably never composed ), and had broken with Péladan, starting that autumn with the Uspud project, a " Christian Ballet ", in collaboration with.
A bronze plaque inscribed with Drake's claim to the new lands – Drake's Plate of Brass – fitting the description in his account, was discovered in Marin County, California but was later declared a hoax.
Spurling claimed that to get revenge, Marmaduke Wetherell committed the hoax, with the help of Chris Spurling ( a sculpture specialist ), his son Ian Marmaduke, who bought the material for the fake, and Maurice Chambers ( an insurance agent ), who asked surgeon Robert Kenneth Wilson to offer the pictures to the Daily Mail.
The book was later revealed to be based on a hoax originating with Pierre Plantard in the mid-20th century.
Skeptics have judged the film a hoax with a man in an ape suit, but theorists contend the film depicts a cryptid, a creature unknown to science.
Patterson's friend and business associate, Gimlin, has always denied being involved in any part of a possible hoax with Patterson and claims that he and his partner had encountered a real Bigfoot.
After speaking with his lawyer he was told that since he had not been paid for his involvement in the hoax that he could not be held accountable.
Student subjects were randomly separated into treatment and control groups ; both groups were presented with copies of Sokal's hoax article.
The police said that the father engineered the hoax with the hope of generating enough publicity in order to get the family back into the reality-show business, after two appearances on ABC's Wife Swap.
In a 2002 op-ed, alter-globalisation activist and critic of Israel Naomi Klein criticised Indymedia for perpetuating conspiracy theories about the Jews, including supposed involvement with the September 11 attacks and re-posting from the infamous hoax The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
Yet, his work has been called a " hoax " and " discredited " by conservatives like Ann Coulter, it was also disputed by the American Spectator, which caused Scaife to end his funding of the Arkansas Project with the publisher.
The British philologist Robert Nares ( 1753 – 1829 ) says that the word hoax was coined in the late 18th century as a contraction of the verb hocus, which means " to cheat ", " to impose upon " or " to befuddle often with drugged liquor ".
The term hoax is occasionally used in reference to urban legends and rumors, but the folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand argues that most of them lack evidence of deliberate creations of falsehood and are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes, so the term should be used for only those with a probable conscious attempt to deceive.
To the Haredim, however, the new Judaism of the Reformers was a movement that did away with the basic tenets of what they felt was authentic Judaism, a hoax to be disparaged and discouraged within their own communities.
* August 22 Watkins meets with Lay, giving him a seven-page letter stating that Enron may be an " elaborate accounting hoax ," and advises him not to involve Vinson & Elkins, Enron's law firm, because of potential conflicts of interest.
The hoax is often cited ( along with Nebraska Man ) by creationists as an example of the dishonesty of paleontologists that study human evolution, despite the fact that scientists themselves had exposed the hoax.
From the early 17th century to the middle 18th century European colonists reported encounters with gray-eyed American Indians who claimed descent from the colonists ( although at least one, a story of a Welsh priest who met a Doeg warrior who spoke the Welsh language, is likely to be a hoax ).
The figurines, which most archaeologists dismiss as an elaborate hoax, depict humans interacting with dinosaurs and various other " monsters " such as horned men.

hoax and magazine
* The Ern Malley affair: a similar hoax, in which deliberately nonsensical poems were accepted for publication by a popular modernist magazine
As the paper was coming out, Sokal published an article in a self-described " academic gossip " magazine Lingua Franca, revealing the hoax.
By 1977 the Hare Krishna magazine Back to Godhead called the landings a hoax.
Allegra Coleman was a fictional celebrity invented by writer Martha Sherrill for the purposes of a hoax magazine article.
He and his entire body of work were created in one day in 1944 by writers James McAuley and Harold Stewart in order to hoax Max Harris and Angry Penguins, the modernist magazine Harris had founded and edited.
McAuley and Stewart decided to perpetrate a hoax on Harris and Angry Penguins by submitting to the magazine nonsensical poetry, which they felt captured the worst of modernist tendencies, under the guise of a fictional poet.
In a series of articles in the Japanese magazine Shukan Bunshun published on January 25, February 1 and March 15, 2001, the magazine alleged that the stone tools discovered at the Hijiridaki cave site ( 聖嶽洞窟遺跡 ) in Ōita Prefecture had also been forgeries, and indicated that Mitsuo Kagawa, a professor at Beppu University, had been involved in that hoax.
In a 1975 April Fool article in Scientific American magazine, " Mathematical Games " columnist Martin Gardner made the ( hoax ) claim that the number was in fact an integer, and that the Indian mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan had predicted it — hence its name.
The hoax was created by Ste Curran, then Editor at Large at the gaming magazine Edge, and ex-journalist Simon Byron.
The hoax concept of toothing started around March 2004 in the form of a forum designed by Ste Curran, then Editor at Large at games magazine Edge, and ex-journalist Simon Byron.
In the Skeptical Inquirer magazine ( September – October 2004 ), the article “ Obscurantism, Tyranny, and the Fallacy of Either Black or White ” quotes Prof. Bergen Evans: “ Obscurantism and tyranny go together .” Amid intellectual battles about the nature of scientific theory, among scientific realists and postmodern critics, Prof. Sokal submitted his hoax article for publication.
In 1981, the official magazine of the LDS Church ran an article stating that the plates were a hoax.
In 1939, an urban legend began when Denver songwriter Harry Lee Wilber claimed in a magazine article that the 1899 hoax had ignited the Boxer Rebellion of 1900.
In 1996, there was a media hoax that Rich had been murdered ; the story was published in the San Francisco-based magazine Might, with the consent of Adam Rich.

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