Barbara Mervine runs the Yankeeskeptic.com blog and is author of skeptic children’s books for preschoolers, including Fairy Tales, Fairly Told (available at Amazon.com). She also lectures on the fun and challenges of working with everyone from alien abductees to Bigfoot hunters.
“Give a person an answer, they will know Bigfoot isn’t real. Teach a person skepticism, and they’ll think Bigfoot isn’t real, aliens aren’t visiting from Venus, and they’ll vaccinate their children.”
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A review of In Evidence We Trust: The Need for Science, Rationality, and Statistics by Jamie Hale
I consider an archive like a dark, still pool. I like to give it a stir and see what pops up to the surface.
May 9, 2013
I became the “skeptic” member of the local Bigfoot group almost by chance. I owe the offer to join to the reality TV show “Finding Bigfoot” (they never actually do). The show, featuring perennial Bigfoot personality Matt Moneymaker, has a skeptic, Ranae Holland.
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