Informal Skepticism is the blog of Naon Tiotami (aka. Jack), an Australian high school student with a passion for skepticism and science.

When he’s not on the Internet pretending to be clever, he’s at school pretending to be clever. Or riding his road bike. Or reading science fiction novels. Or pretending to be clever.

He has another blog, Homologous Legs, which primarily deals with the evolution/creation controversy, but Informal Skepticism encompasses all skeptical thought, not just that which pertains to the intersection of science and fundamentalist religion.

He also has a YouTube channel under the pseudo-pseudonym NaoTio, where creationists get their virtual asses handed to them very slowly through the medium of video response.

He also regularly contributes to Young Australian Skeptics, a website for young, Australian skeptics.