Monthly Archives: October 2012

A wealth of video resources – Introducing www.worfolklectures.org

Back in February 2012, I was invited to talk at Leeds Skeptics by the indefatigable Chris Worfolk. One point that I only found out a few weeks prior to the talk was that, if I wished, the talk could be … Continue reading

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Book Review – “Massive – The Hunt for the God Particle”

“Massive – The Hunt for the God Particle”     Quantum Physics, as far as I am aware, is regarded as a rather difficult subject to communicate to a lay-audience. However, I’m pleased to report that Ian Sample manages to … Continue reading

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The Scientific Method Revisited

    The first time I ever came into contact with the Skeptics Community was when I attended the talk of my very good friend Doctor Tom Williamson in Leeds (please check out his excellent blog at http://www.skepticcanary.com). His talk … Continue reading

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