Tag Archives: Skepticism

Letters to the Editor January 20, 2021

Letters to the Editor January 20, 2021

Restore real mental health treatment Rampant homelessness is a west coast phenomenon that has been growing since the 1970s. A local response — no matter how well intended or designed — cannot ever be adequate. Use of pleasurable intoxicating substances (including alcohol) for more than a few hours per week is incompatible with legitimate employment.

Skeptical leader Susan Gerbic to speak in Arcata

Mad River Union & Humboldt Skeptics ARCATA –  The Mad River Union and Humboldt Skeptics present Susan Gerbic, a prominent leader in the skeptical movement, at Blondie’s Food and Drink, 420 East California Ave., Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m. You supported the March for Science. Now what?  Susan Gerbic will explain why the answer is

Ian Harris’s critically thinking comedy at Arcata Playhouse Saturday

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union OLD CREAMERY – If you’re  exasperated with  credulous cranks and pandering politicians who pretend there’s no climate change, that sea level rise is bogus, that evolution is a hoax, that religion should be taught in school, or that you can pray the gay away, there’s good news and bad

Brunch With The Humboldt Skeptics Saturday, Feb. 8

SKEPTICAL BRUNCH Join members of the Humboldt Skeptics group for an informal brunch at Gill’s By The Bay, 77 Halibut Avenue, Eureka, on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m. Skepticism is the process of applying evidence, reason and critical thinking to issues ranging from biotechnology to Bigfoot. The growing skepticism movement pushes back against logical