Skeptikai defends science, exposes pseudoscience and covers fascinating stories from Japan that go unnoticed elsewhere. More
About Gabriel Aponte
Posts by Gabriel Aponte:
The goal of Skeptical Science is to explain what peer reviewed science has to say about global warming and is maintained by John Cook, the Climate Communication Fellow for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland. More
Amy Davis Roth (Surly Amy) is a blogger and an artist. She writes for Skepchick and MadArtLab and she creates handmade ceramic jewerly inspired by science, skepticism and nature, which you can find on Surly-Ramics. More
Posted by Gabriel Aponte / / Categories: Interview, SotN Blog / Tags: Brian Greene, Dragon*Con, Elyse Anders, Mad Art Lab, Rebecca Watson, Skepchick, Skepticality, Skeptically Speaking, Skeptics Guide To The Universe, Surly Amy, The Elegant Universe, What The Bleep Do We Know?
Surly-Ramics is an online store run by Amy Davis Roth (SurlyAmy), under the motto “Art You Can Wear”, Amy and her husband create beautiful and unique, handmade ceramic jewelry for men and women, inspired by science and nature. More
The Hug Me! Campaign is an effort by the Women Thinking Free Foundation (WTFF) to educate new and expecting parents, and the population in general, about the benefits and importance of having themselves and their children vaccinated. More
The goal of Skepacabra is to promote the methods of critical thinking and scientific skepticism. Some frequent topics being discussed are: creationism/intelligent design, alternative medicine, psychic claims, ghost hunters, UFO sightings, Big Foot, chupacabra, and all matter of bullshit. In fact, if you’ve seen the TV shows Penn & Teller’s Bullshit or Mythbusters then you probably already have a good idea of the kinds of things Skepacabra is about. More
Phil Ferguson is the author of the Skeptic Money blog, he is a long time skeptic/atheist and avid supporter of the skeptical movement. He would like to encourage skeptics to use their critical thinking skills on money and investments. More
Tim Minchin is an Australian musician, composer, songwriter, actor, comedian and writer. His current songs span various musical styles and topics such as environmentalism, rationalism, prejudice and logical fallacies.
He plays the piano, always nicely and oftentimes uproariously and excitingly, whilst looking wonderfully athletic in a pair of delightfully uncomfortable skinny jeans. As well as his grand piano and apparel befitting a style guru, Tim is joined onstage by his iconic dance moves, wildly teased hair, gently calmed eyebrows, natural aplomb and his enormous… sense of occasion. More
Posted by Gabriel Aponte / / Categories: Arts, Atheism, Australia, Humor, Music, People / Tags: Angry Feet, If You Open Your Mind Too Much Brain Will Fall Out, Pope Song, Rock N Roll Nerd, Storm, Thank you God
Evan Bernstein has been an active participant in the skeptical movement since 1996, he is most commonly know for being a member of the Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe podcast. He has a particular interest for history and greets his listeners in a different language every episode before saying what has happened that day in the history of science and skepticism. More
Posted by Gabriel Aponte / / Categories: Interview, SotN Blog / Tags: Bob Novella, CSICOP, Jay Novella, Perry DeAngelis, Rebecca Watson, Skeptical Inquirer, Skeptics Guide To The Universe, Steven Novella, Who's That Noisey