Twitter | Search | |
NZ Skeptics
Skeptics look for the simplest explanations first, but are willing to consider other possibilities in the light of unambiguous evidence.
2,613
Tweets
375
Following
727
Followers
Tweets
NZ Skeptics retweeted
alison campbell May 31
The Moriori myth and why it’s still with us
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Australian Skeptics May 30
How coronavirus 'changes the game' for the anti-vaccination movement.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics May 31
Conspiracy theories under discussion on on right now. Pizzagate 5G Lizard people
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Las Vegas Society of Skeptics May 30
Join us and presenter Rob Palmer, in this zoom session to learn more about: Belief in Psychics: What’s the Harm and Who’s to Blame! A Q&A session will follow the presentation. Join us on Zoom June 7, 2020 1:00 PDT Meeting ID: 951 8438 4725
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Australian Skeptics May 28
Confidence drives confirmation bias.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
alison campbell May 28
Scammers gonna scam BBC News - Trading Standards squad targets anti-5G USB stick
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Edinburgh Skeptics Society May 28
It’s the only place to go for all your covid-19 supplies. (Not)
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Doc Bastard May 26
It is done. 25 myths busted. Heavy citations, fully researched. Feel free to disseminate it at will.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Michael Afanasyev May 28
My children, aged 5 and 7, have made me Flying Spaghetti Monster coloring books. I am so happy and proud! This is a drawing of the Flying Spaghetti Monster holding a balloon of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Check the other drawings on my website. Ramen!
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Edinburgh Skeptics Society May 28
The Beeb / did a teardown of the 5G-blocking USB stick that costs over £300...
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Scientific American May 28
Conspiracy theories threaten our safety and democracy. Research suggests that specific emotions, like anxiety and alienation, make people prone to such thinking.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
The Blonde Infidel #StayHome ❤ May 27
Awesome to hear being interviewed by on . More people need to hear her story and reflect on our response to repressive religious beliefs.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics May 27
As says, bleach 'kills living things'. That's why it's a good disinfectant. However, people are also living things, and can cease living if they drink bleach as a cure for or for any other reason.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Australian Skeptics May 27
'We can’t get her back': When conspiracy theories 'hijack' friends and family.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Ken Ring Weather Check May 26
A day after the 5.8M earthquake on the irrelevant waxing crescent moon, Ken declares he knew all along...and 60 people registered their gullibility. Of course anyone who calls him out is banned.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Australian Skeptics May 26
The Nobel Disease: When intelligence fails to protect against irrationality.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Susan Gerbic May 26
I and the look forward to reading this. I know we have to continue to fight even when it feels overwelmning.
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Timothy Caulfield May 26
Debunking does work. But doing it well key! Below is a (not comprehensive) list some of the key (and evidence-based!) things to consider when crafting a message to counter misinformation (see ). cc !
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics May 26
Reply Retweet Like
NZ Skeptics retweeted
Australian Skeptics May 25
Antivaxxers launch a preemptive disinformation war against a COVID-19 vaccine that doesn’t yet exist.
Reply Retweet Like