Worlds Beyond Our Own

Some cool things about science: Rigorous testing methods ensure accuracy of hypothesis and observationScientists are okay with being wrong about their predictionsA healthy mix of curiosity and skepticism keeps the scientific community accountable All these things considered, I am quite excited to hear about new scientific discoveries from many different science disciplines, such as (but... Continue Reading →

A Universe With Nothing HO HO HO

Why are we here? What came before the Big Bang? Why is there something rather than nothing? Is Santa Claus real? These are the questions that have been bothering philosophers (and me) for ages. Luckily, I stumbled upon an article from Michael Shermer, founder of Skeptic Magazine, that might help us think through those baffling... Continue Reading →

Podcast Notes

Podcasts have never been more popular as they are today. Being able to access your favourite podcaster from any device is a modern day convenience. But how are you supposed to remember all that good info from an hour and a half to three hour conversation? Podcast Notes has got you covered: "We are here... Continue Reading →

New Media Meets Old School Journalism

Anyone know any van to camper conversion specialists? Hit me up In a recent live stream about the Patreon Wars, new-media journalist, Tim Pool, briefly talks about how he is thinking about doing old-school on-location journalism. He wants to convert some sort of camper van into a news van. Will he live in this van?... Continue Reading →

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