The founder and CEO of the popular blog, The Skeptics Guide to Everything, Frank Bruni, told The Associated Press he is not worried about his website’s popularity.
He said he believes the world is full of skeptics and believes the Internet can help make the world a more accepting place.
Bruni has built the site into a hub for skeptics, skeptics of religion and anyone who has a skeptical mindset.
The website has garnered more than 1.3 million visitors in just over a year.
He said he and his team have never had any intention of changing anything about their website, and they do not plan to change the way they cover topics such as the health of the earth or climate change.
But the website is undergoing a major overhaul, with a focus on improving content, promoting more positive posts and expanding the discussion around the topics.
“I think it is a very different world,” Bruni said.
“We are just as skeptical as we were 20 years ago.
But it is not as if the world has been destroyed.
It is just that it has changed dramatically in terms of the technology that we have access to and the way we communicate.
We are not going to be the world, nor will we be the most popular thing, but we are a very positive, very open and very supportive place to go to.”
The new website is not intended to compete with the popular sites that have grown up around skeptical topics, such as The Huffington Post and The Daily Show, Bruni added.
It will simply be a place to share information, he said.
“We are in the early stages of the redesign,” Brunis blog, Skepticon, said on Tuesday.
“It will be up and running soon.
We will continue to offer information, news and opinions that are positive, unbiased and supportive of science.
This will be our new home for people who are skeptical.”
Bruni has also launched his own YouTube channel, which he describes as a platform for anyone who finds themselves skeptical to share their thoughts and questions.
He has also created an organization called The Skeptic Coalition, which promotes skeptics to influential people.
Brunis site has attracted a number of prominent skeptics, including Stephen Hawking, who was the keynote speaker at the event.
Hawking has spoken at Skepticicon three times, and Brunises website has featured other prominent skeptics such as Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, Christopher Hitchens, and Robert Bauval.