TAM lives up to it’s name!

Wow, The Amaz!ng Meeting has just finished, and what an amazing meeting it was! With one notable blip, it was wall-to-wall critical thinking, combined with some genuinely inspiring moments. I’ve just got back, and obviously cannot do the event justice right now, but I’ve taken plenty of photos so stay tuned for more detailed write-ups. … [Read more…]

I’m off to TAM

Well, the time has come for me to head down to that London for The Amaz!ng Meeting. I’ll be there for the whole weekend, so please say hello if you bump into me. To give you an idea of what I look and sound like, here’s a video I made shortly after the 10:23 protest … [Read more…]

Supporting the BHA’s “Census Campaign”

The good BHA (the British Humanist Association) are campaigning for a change in next year’s national census. The problem? The question “What is your religion?” leads to a very distorted picture of the state of religion in the UK. As the BHA explain on their website, asking “What is your religion?” implies that you DO … [Read more…]

Welcome to The Skeptic Canary

Hello everyone! Welcome to my shiny new blog. In it I will talk about all issues of interest to myself, including (but not limited to) skepticism, science, humanist, religion and of course the mighty NCFC. I might even write a series about flags of the world, exciting eh? Some of you may remember my previous … [Read more…]