Whatever Happened to the Skeptic Dream?

8 August, 2018 7

A recent popular Twitter thread written by Tracy King considered the collapse of the UK Skeptic movement. I’ve some thoughts on this. King wrote: ‘The organised skepticism movement was successfully imported from USA to UK […]

On Echo-chambers, Skepticism, and the War on Women

1 March, 2018 4

In 2013- almost 5 years ago – I wrote a blog post¬†about how the group who call themselves ‘Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia’ weren’t very good at communicating with people who believed in paranormal, supernatural, or […]

I Am A QEDcon Fan, Here’s Why

27 April, 2015 17

I feel as though QEDcon and the organisation team behind it does not get enough credit. Sure, they won an award last year for their brilliance, sure there are thousands of adoring tweets and Facebook […]

My journey into non-belief

22 June, 2014 11

I recently wrote on my social media accounts that I no longer identified with the skeptic movement and followed this up with a blog post explaining what I meant. A¬†small group of people from the […]

Shoulder to shoulder

22 August, 2012 2

I got my copy of New Humanist in the post today and in the editorial there is a section titled ‘The side of the angels?’ that opens with Even if you’re not the kind of […]

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