The Express (yes I know, but stick with me here), reports a UFO sighting  … ah heck, let’s just quote what the story says … A MINDBOGGLING picture has emerged of a “Star Trek Enterprise-like UFO” seemingly hovering above a lake. Sceptic Chad Haines, who took the image, was left convinced […]

Claim: ‘Star Trek UFO’ hovering above lake convinces staunch sceptic aliens DO exist

As we all know, skeptics are completely and utterly infallible and never ever make any mistakes. Every single utterance articulated by every single skeptic is “truth” and must never be questioned … right? (If the above just tripped your “twat” alarm, then well done, it is in full working order). […]

Do skeptics get things wrong about …. homeopathy?

UK Member of Parliament, David Tredinnick, is a very big advocate for alternative medicine. His Wikipedia page lays out just how deeply into this he is … Tredinnick supports alternative medicine including homeopathy and chiropractic.[11] In October 2009, he told Parliament that blood does not clot under a full moon; a spokesperson for the Royal College of Surgeons of England warned […]

Good Thinking Society Responds to UK MP

The UK’s Daily Mail has published a story regarding the founders of the fact-checking site This merits a closer look and so we shall take a peek to see what is happening here. Generally seeing the words, “Daily Mail” is a bit of a red flag. They are not the […]

Is the attack on fact checking site Snopes valid?