Puzzles for June 2019

31 May, 2019

This month’s puzzles comprise the usual rebus-type Picture Puzzles, “Mixed Bag” triva type questions that get progressively harder, a Skeptical Crossword about Astrology with a set of standard and cryptic clues, and ten Logic and Maths Puzzles with in-depth solutions.

All on the PUZZLES PAGE.

Enjoy!


March 2019 Puzzles

28 February, 2019

New rebus-type Picture Puzzles are on the  PUZZLES PAGE.

So is a link to March’s Skeptical Crossword, which is all about Predicting the Future.

You’ll also find links to 20 new Mixed Bag Questions (Trivia / General Knowledge), divided somewhat arbitrarily into “easy”and “hard”;

and 10 Logic & Maths Puzzles (complete with step-by-step solutions for the perplexed)

Scroll down the Puzzles Page for monthly puzzles going back to January 2018

Hundreds of earlier puzzles, going back to 2010 can be found at:

https://vicskeptics.wordpress.com/puzzles/puzzles-archives/

Enjoy!


Puzzles for September 2018

31 August, 2018

Each month we publish a themed Skeptical Crossword, a set of seven Picture Puzzles, a set of twenty Mixed Bag Questions (Trivia / General Knowledge) and a set of Logic & Maths Puzzles. They can be found, blog-style, at the top of the Puzzles Page.

There hundreds of earlier published puzzles. They can be found here:

https://vicskeptics.wordpress.com/puzzles/puzzles-archives/


Puzzles for February 2018

31 January, 2018

Our Puzzles Page has been updated. All monthly puzzles from 2016 and 2017 have been placed in a new PUZZLES ARCHIVE 7 
Our Puzzles Archives go back to 2010
https://vicskeptics.wordpress.com/puzzles/puzzles-archives/

New for February are:

  • a new set of Picture Puzzles
  • Mixed Bag Questions (Twenty Trivia / General Knowledge questions)
  • Skeptical Crossword, this month’s theme being Astrology
  • More Logic & Maths Puzzles. 

ENJOY!


The Case Against Bread

18 January, 2018

1. More than 98 percent of convicted felons are bread eaters.

2. Fully HALF of all children who grow up in bread-consuming households score below average on intelligence tests.

3. In the 18th century, when virtually all bread was baked in the home, the average life expectancy was less than 50 years; infant mortality rates were unacceptably high; many women died in childbirth; and diseases such as typhoid, yellow fever and influenza ravaged whole nations.

4. More than 90 percent of violent crimes are committed within 24 hours of eating bread. Read the rest of this entry »


Puzzles for January 2018

31 December, 2017

Our Puzzles Page , updated for the New Year contains:

  • a new set of Picture Puzzles
  • Mixed Bag Questions (Trivia / General Knowledge)
  • Skeptical Crossword, themed to Cryptids to tie in with Paul Michael Donovan’s presentation on Buckley’s Bunyip at this January’s Vic Skeptics Café .
  • More Logic & Maths Puzzles. 
  • Another set of bonus puzzles; (for those still in holiday mode)

Our Puzzles Archives go back to 2010
https://vicskeptics.wordpress.com/puzzles/puzzles-archives/

ENJOY!


Puzzles for December 2017

30 November, 2017

This month’s Picture Puzzles go to the top of the Puzzles Page as usual;
However the Skeptical Crossword, the Logic & Maths Puzzles and the “Mixed Bag” Questions are all supplied as .pdf files., here and on the Puzzles Page.

As we’re heading into the holiday season, there is a set of bonus puzzles; (mainly word puzzles)

December 2017 Skeptical Crossword (Frauds, Scams and Hoaxes)
88 Dec 2017 Crossword Frauds, Scams & Hoaxes
December 2017 Logic & Maths Puzzles # 65
Logic and Maths Puzzles 65 December 2017
December 2017 “Mixed Bag” Questions (Trivia / General Knowledge)
12 December 2017 Mixed bag questions
December 2017 BONUS PUZZLES
Vic Skeptics Website December 2017 Bonus Puzzles

And don’t forget, our Puzzles Archives go back to 2010
https://vicskeptics.wordpress.com/puzzles/puzzles-archives/

ENJOY!