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Have you seen It's like a religious experience. = )

  Sometimes I think what Atheism needs is a hook that STIRS people!   The SymphonyofScience videos offer not only publically verifiable evi…

Started by Violet Chartreuse

3 Jun 3, 2010
Reply by Jason Brown

How can Science be so right about everything EXCEPT the things written in the Bible?

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Started by Violet Chartreuse

5 May 22, 2010
Reply by Violet Chartreuse

"Intellectual Malpractice"

These infuriating machinations are discussed today in Jerry Coyne's blog:knowledge of Americans’ scientific illiteracy" rel="bookmark"">…

Started by Don

12 Apr 12, 2010
Reply by doone

Animals living without oxygen discovered for the first time!

Apparently they have no mitochondria! Check out the article since I don't know how to include it inline here:

Started by Seth

2 Apr 9, 2010
Reply by RockyTIJ

Rosalind Franklin

Rosalind Elsie Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958) was a British biophysicist, physicist, chemist,biologist and X-ray crystallographer …

Started by Lili Morgan

9 Mar 28, 2010
Reply by Reggie

For Extinct Monsters of the Deep, a Little Respect

For Extinct Monsters of the Deep, a Little Respect OLD BONES An ichthyosaur preserved with the broken skeletons of its unborn. Ichthyosa…

Started by Sydni Moser

1 Mar 28, 2010
Reply by Bruce Williams

"Q&A: Bill McKibben on CO2 and the Future"

Bill McKibben, an environmentalist and long-time advocate for action on climate change, believes we can still reverse the growing concentra…

Started by Don

0 Mar 26, 2010

Nanobots that are successfully killing cancer cells in human trials

This sounds too good to be true!

Started by Seth

3 Mar 25, 2010
Reply by No name

Global warming causing biological changes?

The Common Brown Butterfly Heteronympha merope to taking to the wing earlier than is usual, according to a study published in this weeks Ro…

Started by GT

1 Mar 20, 2010
Reply by Reggie

The Genius of Darwin: A Reflection

On his blog today, Jerry Coyne mentions a new guide to Darwin's Origin and recommends strongly that everyone read the original, enormously…

Started by Don

1 Mar 10, 2010
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