World-class skeptic goes wide-eyed with wonder! In March 2015, I attended an all-day skeptics event at Northern Arizona University (NAU). It was there that I saw Prof. Scott Antes, who would subsequently examine the evidence in the Billy Meier UFO case for four months, and then arrange my two historic, first presentations at an American… Read More


While I was in the midst of my correspondence with Ms. Kravetz at ASU, I contacted the astronomy club there: Hi Astrodevils, My name is Michael Horn and I invite you to see the trailer for my new film, And Did They Listen?, about the Billy Meier contacts in Switzerland, the only scientifically proven, still ongoing UFO contact case…now… Read More


Dear Esteemed Skeptics, I think that you’d all agree that it’s time to rethink your philosophy…and come out from hiding, for goodness sakes! Last week I sent an email with this headline to you…and many dozens of your colleagues, including skeptical luminaries such as James Randi, Stuart Robbins, Michael Shermer, Stephen Novella, Derek Bartholomaus, Phil Plait,… Read More


As I recently posted, I hope it’s not too politically incorrect to point out that – in 2010 – when I tried to get astronomer Phil Plait to look at Billy Meier’s warnings about Apophis, Phil suddenly removed himself from the conversation; after all what does a so-called “one-armed Swiss farmer” know about astronomy that… Read More


Rising skeptical star eclipsed by super-nova, the dark, skeptical night illuminated by Germanic Jennifer’s close encounter with the truth  A young astronomer, who bills himself as a skeptic – rather than a scientist – may have bitten off more than he can…Chew*. Stuart Robbins, who specialized in targeting the flimsy claims of lightweight paranormal theorists,… Read More


Over-inflated, bruised egos may be among the biggest obstacles to overcome in order to accelerate our journey to the planets and the stars I had no sooner posted my blog about Stuart Robbins, the protégé to Phil Plait, then someone sent me a link to Plait’s latest blog at Discover Magazine about recent NASA discoveries… Read More


I’d like to introduce everyone to a young astronomer named Stuart Robbins. Stuart has a blog called Exposing PseudoAstronomy wherein he tries to do just that. Considering that many of his targets are rather easy ones, i.e. Creationists, self-proclaimed psychics, etc., he succeeds for the most part in showing how unscientific they are. Stuart appears… Read More