I’m a skeptic, humanist, atheist, secularist and feminist who is part of the LGBT community. I’m telling you this so that you can see that people have reason to disagree with my opinions on a regular basis. It happens and I welcome it. We all have our opinions and we’re allowed to voice them and to disagree with one another. Sometimes we might *gasp* change our minds. Continue reading Musings on Special Snowflakes
A video uploaded to Youtube in 2013 has been gaining some traction on social media in the last few weeks. It’s footage of two ghost hunters allegedly capturing a ghost on video on a battlefield in Gettysburg. Above is a screen-cap of the moment the ghost appears in case it isn’t clear. Continue reading That Viral Gettysburg Ghost Video
The folks over at BigThink.com recently shared a video in which Bill Nye answers a question from a woman and her son about ghosts.
‘We have a question on your perspective on ghosts, and what you think happens to your life energy after you die. Is it just pushing daisies?”
It presented a great opportunity for Nye to respond to a question that many people have asked through the centuries. Continue reading Bill Nye on Ghosts
When I write and talk about paranormal subjects I often find myself prefacing what I have to say with non-committal language such as “so-called”, “alleged”, “self-proclaimed” and similar so that people won’t accuse me of dismissing or accepting claims a priori. Anyone who investigates, researchers or reports on paranormal subjects from a rational or skeptical position will often find themselves in a no-win situation with accusations of being too accepting or too skeptical at the same time. Continue reading When My Skepticism Offends…