I can understand why the African people might think the world is conspiring against them. Certainly theirs is a history of colonization and oppression. But today if the people of Africa want to find those agents working against them they should look to their own leaders.
A few years ago, South African president Thabo Mbeki […]
What do you think of when I say the word “science”?á The first thingáthat pops in your head?á How does it make you feel?á I asked a co-worker thoseáquestions the other day and she replied: “A man in a white lab coat examining a beaker with some liquid in it. Boring.”á
No offense […]
I guess it was inevitable that I would eventually find myself writing my first entry for a blog. Wait…lying in the first sentence of my first ever blog is not a good start. I meant to say that I can’t believe I’m actually writing for a blog right now. If you asked me last […]
First of all, I want to say how great it feels to be back in the fold, getting skeptical with my old friends from the NESS. I am amazed and thrilled at the success of the podcast, and I hope to be involved in the continued growth of this û well, it can only be […]
Can a hardcore skeptic be romantic? Has our desire to know and understand our world killed the wonder and mystery in our hearts? Many people have asked if we as diehard skeptics can continue to love and engage in romance with our critical thinking turned to 11. The good news is the man behind the […]