Adventures in Ethics and Science

The 36th Skeptics’ Circle, now posted at The Examining Room of Dr. Charles, begins with these gripping questions:

To readers who distrust science, knowledge found through experimentation, and the secular truths of reason in favor of simply believing – I ask you – why should affirming belief in something be a virtuous concept if it misleads? Why should demanding proof be soulless and cold if it keeps you from ignorance and victimization? And why do they always want your money?

Dr. Charles doesn’t want your money, but what he’s offering is of great value. Go check it out!