Thank Science!

Thanksgiving, as the name implies, is a holiday centered on the idea of giving thanks for those things around us that we are all-too-often tempted to take for granted. Things like the bountiful harvest crop, the gathering of friends and family, and of course… science!

With that in mind, I think we should all take a moment to remember the humble origins of science:

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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  • Mitchell Gerskup

    Mitchell Gerskup recently graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Economics and Philosophy. An avid atheist and skeptic, he has served as the President of the University of Toronto Secular Alliance, helping to promote science, reason and critical thinking around Toronto. He also volunteers with the Centre for Inquiry’s Ontario branch, and currently sits on the CFI’s Committee for the Advancement of Scientific Skepticism. Mitchell is also an accomplished competitive debater, having debated all across Canada. In addition to issues of economics and philosophy, Mitchell is interested in the fields of science and technology.