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QualiaSoup: Open-mindedness

A while back I came across QualiaSoup, a UK artist and secular humanist discussing critical thinking, science, philosophy & the natural world. …

Critical Thinking Dictionary for Kids

Noticed a recent, and on-going development of a “Skeptic’s Dictionary for Kids“; a collection of words from Abracadabra to Zombies! From the …

Disinformation Agent Me

Originally brought up by Brian Dunning of Skeptoid (here: Make your Disinformation Agent Badge), as any good Big Pharma Shill should do, …

How to Win Arguments, As It Were

One of the projects I have been working on over the last couple of months is SeekTheEvidence at seektheevidence.org (strangely enough). Its …

Audience Call for “The One”

As noted in a previous post “Unemployed? Here’s Training, and a Free Toss to a Job Application!” Australia’s Channel 7 is recreating …

The Skeptic vs The Cynic

A skeptic is sometimes viewed as being cynical. However, one should never make the mistake of thinking they are the same thing. …

Using iMacros in Skeptical Activism

I wanted to grab particular details from the Australian Traditional-Medicine Society’s practitioner search results, and subsequently use the those details (website URLs) …