Our mission is difficult, yet, very rewarding: we endeavour to provide an avenue through which people can find resources and information about science, philosophy, and Critical thinking, and in so doing, enable better appreciations for these disciplines.
We hold to the notion that science is the best way of looking at, and learning about the world; and that espousing a solid partnership between science and philosophy is imperative in the pursuit of truth and happiness. Critical thinking is therefore an essential product of such a partnership, one that benefits the understanding and appreciation of truth.
Solvay Coference of 1927 — International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry in Brussels, founded by the Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay in 1912, following the historic invitation-only 1911 Conseil Solvay, considered a turning point in the world of physics
The answer to this question is simple yet very important: today, more than ever before, people need to be able to filter meaningful information from the inordinate amounts of data they have access to. The advent of the information age has given way to the dissemination of unverified opinions, and in turn to the proliferation of misinformation.
There are important ideas we must all entertain to be successful in our personal and social lives, and to be of benefit to our society.