Why I’m Writing

Read this piece that the JREF put out this week.

“Because there is orders of magnitude more pseudoscience than science out there, we are always too busy shooting down the junk to do much else. It is imperative that we continue to do this, but if we want people to understand the full range of skepticism we have to also stress the affirmatives. We need to live up to the charge of promoting science and critical thinking.”

I was once met with the following exclamation: “Well, you’ve gone to great lengths to tell me what you don’t believe, but what do you believe?” This blog is in large part an answer to that question (especially the foundational category).

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