Society for Investigating the Credibility of Extraordinary Claims

1. To investigate and analyse scientifically, objectively and rationally claims of phenomena or manifestations that seem to be of an extraordinary and/or paranormal nature.

2. To establish whether a phenomenon exists before trying to search for an explanation. Anecdotal evidence cannot be accepted as scientific unless it is supported. When various possibilities are considered, the most practical, logical and possible should be considered first.

3. To discourage charlatans who consciously hoodwink the public and institutions by promising medical or psychological techniques that are not supported by existing scientific or statistical knowledge.

4. To encourage more media integrity and objective investigations of unsupported claims before these are foisted on the public.

5. To sympathize with the normal human urge for pattern and belief in superior intervention, and to educate and to understand without ridicule.

6. To oppose the misrepresentation and misinterpretation of Scientific Discoveries and to discourage the common impression that Scientific study is cold, stubborn and inhuman.

7. To respect the beliefs, choices and cultures of individuals but also to speak openly and without any prejudice in the interest of humanity.

8. To encourage human rights, freedom of will, equality of opportunities and of choice and unencumbered freedom of beliefs and expression.

Organisation Details

Alson know as

SICEC

Acronym

S.I.C.E.C.

VO No.

1302

Is it a branch?

no

Organisation Address

Address

67, Triq il-Pruna,

Town / City

H` Attard

Postcode

ATD2762

Malta / Ghawdex

Malta

Contact Details

Contact Person

Timothy Zammit

Designation

Vice-Chairperson, Secretary & Treasurer

Phone

21423143

Admin email

timmyzammit@onvol.net

Public email

timmyzammit@onvol.net

Website

http://sicec.2truth.com https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=690878407638056&set=gm.499954296775437&type=1

Directory

Board Details

No. of Board Members

4

Statute

Existing statute

yes