Author Archives: Stephanie

Upcoming Talk: How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass

There’s a talk this week that looks fascinating: How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass: A Critical Thinkers Guide to Asking the Right Questions by Dr. Christopher DiCarlo Dr. DiCarlo be talking about his book of the … Continue reading

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Skepticamp, this Saturday!

If you like skepticism and you can’t wait for our wonderful fall line-up, check out this on Saturday, August 6th: It’s: FREE Fun On campus (In the Irving Barber Learning Centre, at the Victoria Learning Theatre) Come out to see … Continue reading

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Atheists at Pride

CFI and the BC Humanists association will be marching in the Pride Parade again this year. I saw them last year, and it was super nifty to see. Right there, in between the churches and political groups, CFI and the … Continue reading

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Ben Radford at UBC

Ben Radford is giving a talk on campus later this month. It looks like it will be very awesome. Here’s the abstract: Reflections on a Decade of Paranormal Investigation A Voices of Reason Lecture by Ben Radford Join writer and … Continue reading

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Skeptical Music

I really enjoyed this song and thought I’d share: Skeptical (featuring Jen McCreight) by Three Ninjas My skeptical muscle is strong like Bertrand Russell I like to avoid fights but still find the occasional tussle I try to act famous … Continue reading

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Summer Secular Conferences

Hi all! Summer is the season of conferences, it seems. There’s a couple really big ones coming up in June and July. If you have extra money lying around and want to head east for weekend conferences with atheists, skeptics … Continue reading

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Judgement Day: May 21st, 2011

Are you worried about the end of the world? If not, you should be. Family Radio has been warning us about it for months. I saw this on my family vacation in California last summer: The man driving the truck … Continue reading

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