"Interesting. An atheist can't say "Merry Christmas". Yet I still find myself quite capable of forming the words. The air still vibrates my vocal chords and the sounds issue forth. Yep. I can still say Merry Christmas.
I wonder if he…"
"Yep. It's discrimination. As a former Wiccan (among other things I tried to get religion to make sense) I can definitely say that Christians more than other religions crap all over wiccans and consider wiccans to worship the Devil because one…"
"The potential problem i see with StumbleUpon is how can i know for certain that the articles i find are, indeed, based in current scientific knowledge? I really would prefer not to pass along misinformation if I can help it."
"Another thought in trying to consume as much information as possible on the various topics of interest. Have you tried StumbleUpon (we have a group here on TA too)?
You select the topics you are interested in, then randomly stumble through sites…"
"I looked at your blog and noticed you were interested in medicine and Steve Novella of Skeptic's Guide to the Universe. Not sure if you are already aware of his other web site, the blog "Science Based…"
"It'll depend heavily on what specific topics you are interested in, HW. For evolution, for example, you could go to talkorigins.org. For medical data, PubMed is always a good source, and so on. What do you want to know about?"
I'm still relatively new to being an atheist/skeptic and I recently started my own blog about just that (http://fledgelingskeptic.wordpress.com). I would very much love to know where I can find real, testable scientific data on a wide variety of topics? I'd like to be able to link to the articles or pages that I reference.Thanks for all your help.See More