“Crop circles are boring! Why not visit something like Avebury instead?” I grumbled into my microphone during the recording of another episode of the Righteous Indignation podcast. It was a few months ago now, but the words echoed through my head as I waded through …

If expressing your freedom of speech, requires the discrimination of people who you view as sinners, and not equal, Then who is really the aggressive one? You can read O’Briens full sermon, in which he calls my choice (and the choice of millions of others) …

As a paranormal researcher who uses science and skepticism in her research, I often find myself wedged between people who believe in ghosts, or use pseudo-scientific techniques to research them, and those who identify as skeptics. This is why I’m always keen to speak to …

Many people are fine to live their whole lives treating death as a catalyst to a potential next step for their existence, some people decide early on that when you die that’s it. All done. No encore. Others believe in the existence of an afterlife …

Three days ago I launched a competition on this blog that offered participants the chance to win a Glow-in-the-dark Placebo Band after having some kindly sent to me in the post by SkepticBros. I asked people to submit the best ghost-themed haiku they could think …

They glow! Recently I received some ‘Placebo Bands’ in the post from SkepticBros to hand out to people to help spread the facts behind products such as ‘Power Balance’ bands that make grand claims that have no factual basis to them. I normally wear a …

Denkfest :)

6 April, 2011 // 4 Comments

I am extremely excited to be able to tell you, the readers of my blog, that in September I will be travelling to Zurich, Switzerland to take part in a panel about Skeptical Blogging as part of the four-day science and skepticism event known as …

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