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"Have you noticed that the vast proportion of woo in the world is pitched toward wome…"

Unseen replied Apr 19, 2015 to Dr. Oz finally getting his due

20 Apr 28, 2015
Reply by Ed

"How should journalists cover quacks like Dr. Oz or the Food Babe? Interesting articl…"

Unseen replied Apr 19, 2015 to Dr. Oz finally getting his due

20 Apr 28, 2015
Reply by Ed

"And let's not forget that when we say "evolution is about survival" that is an ellip…"

Unseen replied Apr 19, 2015 to Another philosophical question...

45 Apr 23, 2015
Reply by Simon Paynton

"And  behind all that is what ALL ethics is about, which is realizing The Good. So fo…"

Unseen replied Apr 19, 2015 to Another philosophical question...

45 Apr 23, 2015
Reply by Simon Paynton

"PB, when you're a theist you believe that your deity is both omniscient and omnipote…"

Unseen replied Apr 19, 2015 to The Consequences of Omnipotence

113 May 8, 2015
Reply by Dr. Bob

"Sure, there's value in suffering in the sense that "Whatever doesn't kill you makes…"

Unseen replied Apr 18, 2015 to Another philosophical question...

45 Apr 23, 2015
Reply by Simon Paynton

"I always think of the children of these idiots. I briefly dated a lady who was into…"

Unseen replied Apr 18, 2015 to Wicca

16 Apr 19, 2015
Reply by matt.clerke

"That is an important distinction because "the greatest good for the greatest number"…"

Unseen replied Apr 18, 2015 to Another philosophical question...

45 Apr 23, 2015
Reply by Simon Paynton

"I haven't come across any articles about them pushing woo-medicine any more agressiv…"

Unseen replied Apr 18, 2015 to Wicca

16 Apr 19, 2015
Reply by matt.clerke

"Theses were savvy individuals of that ancient world that would not give up their sex…"

Unseen replied Apr 17, 2015 to Was Jesus' Body Recovered from the Tomb by His Followers?

74 Apr 18, 2015
Reply by James Cox

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