As a teenager growing up I was always curious and loved libraries which I frequently visited in my neighborhood. I was obsessed with the pursuit of wisdom and loved myself as a savant. I befriended book shop owners and book retailers in my city and collected every good book they had like an obsessed souvenir collecter. I have examined and read everything from Aristotle’s Metaphysics to ancient mythologies and I have written more than 100 essays and articles of skepticism as well as scientific literature. Which I have compiled some of them into books for readers. By profession I am a clinical laboratory scientist. Which I must confess is a profession that I love and find very interesting; because it has a philanthropic and explorative dimension to it; because you can see the work of Nature at the cellular and molecular level under a microscope. Apart from my profession I have launched this blog because I saw a need for a skeptical and futuristic narrative; which would represent the case for reason and science in a world inundated in all types of pseudoscience and belief systems that are metaphysically and epistemologically erroneous. Thus, my blog stands as a boat of reason in a sea of madness.