Skeptical satirist Paul “Pablo” DesOrmeaux has written a variety of humorous pieces for a number of skeptical publications. He’s also a regular contributor to the Skeptical Inquirer’s “The Last Laugh.” He believes that if we don’t make room for humor and satire in skepticism, our impact will always be restrained, limited, and unintelligently designed.
Although most of us haven’t had the exhilarating and life-affirming experience of nearly dying, a lucky few have returned from being “living challenged” to report their near-death experiences (NDE).
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As Oscar Wilde wisely observed: "The public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing."
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