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On Tempting Fate: Not Even Skepticism Can Cure My Irrational Fears

I’m a Ph.D student. I don’t write this to brag or infer that I’m an authority on any subject matter. Instead I write this because it’s central to this one cognitive failure I make again and again. Despite thinking of … Continue reading

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The Armoured Skeptic: The Best Youtube Channel? Yes.

I’m taking this opportunity to turn you all on to my favorite Youtuber, the Armoured Skeptic, North America’s funniest and greatest contribution to online videographers’ take on religious claims. If you’re not familiar with him, please, please take a half … Continue reading

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The most annoying thing about being a skeptic

Note: This post is not about atheism or religion. It’s not even about skepticism in general. It’s about me. But I’m sure other skeptics out there feel the same way I do. I’m not a¬†huge fan of the science fiction … Continue reading

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Everyone’s a skeptic (and the problem with atheist faith)

“Atheists have blind faith.” This non starter persists in the world of pseudo intellectual (and hypo intellectual) thought. Its position assumes it begins the race at the finish line and allows for no reasonable or rational discussion. “Atheists have faith, … Continue reading

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