David Aaronovich on the Growing Skeptics’ Movement

In a Salon interview, David Aaronovich, the author of a new book that historically contextualizes and debunks conspiracy theories, praises the post-9-11 growing skeptics’ movement in the United States and Britain:

Maybe I’m a false optimist, but I think we have a good skeptics’ movement. My book has done quite well in the U.K. I do think there is some appetite amongst the skeptics that we’ve had enough of this shit and it’s time to fight back.

Here’s a place to start: Schick and Vaughn’s How to Think about Weird Things.

And here’s a bit of caution:

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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