I have often regretted, in this my later life, not having asked more questions as a youngster, being too much inclined just to accept what my parents knew about family history or current affairs.

Rudyard Kipling wrote ‘them that asks no questions isn’t told a lie‘ but he was talking about ‘class’ deception in ‘A Smuggler’s Song’.

Samuel Johnson wrote in his later life ‘The insolence of wealth will creep out

You may be forgiven for wondering how these two quotes are connected; you can find out by attending the ‘Questioning Science Conference‘ which is planned for July 2021 at a venue in Northamptonshire. It is designed to be a 3-day event, where many questions will be both asked and answered – questions about what is happening in today’s world – answers as to how to live in it – but not of it, as Churchill said about Britain’s position in post-war Europe.

If this is for you, please follow the link below for more information about the event –

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