One night in 1999, after a Parent and Friends meeting at my children’s school, I offered to research a few facts about how the universe operated for a friend. With an inquisitive and logical approach to finding out how things really worked, I embarked that night on a journey that definitely shook my beliefs and my approach to some of the most fundamental issues in life.
For the next decade, I was a part-time researcher and what started as a matter of general interest, soon became an obsession and then a full time challenge for the following five years. What seemed to be a complicated and disjointed journey was actually filled with amazing moments of discovery, clarity and awe. The more I read, the more I realised why science avoids any official position on evolution. I became critical of my current understanding on accepted science and I wrote my first book, Evolution Unraveled, which exposes the real knowledge and scientific data humankind has collated over thousands of years.
Since that day in 1999, I found that I both love science and question it and that I have a knack for explaining complicated scientific concepts in ways that are understandable and entertaining.