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Added by Nelson on April 22, 2012 at 2:30am —
Remember to follow the Think Atheist Radio show on Twitter for Sunday School links throughout the week, LIKE our Facebook page, and subscribe to the show on YouTube and iTunes!…
Added by Nelson on April 15, 2012 at 2:30am —
Remember to follow the show on Twitter for Sunday School links throughout the week, LIKE our Facebook page, and subscribe to the show on YouTube and iTunes!…
Added by Nelson on April 8, 2012 at 4:24am —
Hey guys! Hope you all had a great week! Radio Show stuff first and then we'll get to some links!
But first! I trickle out Sunday School links throughout the week on Google+. No reason to wait to read all the fascinating stuff! There's a great community of people I share the links and interact with. And on… Continue
Added by Nelson on February 19, 2012 at 3:30am —
Here is an executive summary of General Federalism, which can also be found here
On General Federalism
A Canonical, Executive Summary of the essentials of General Federalism
Cyrus “Kir” Komrik
Added by Kir Komrik on January 12, 2012 at 5:07pm —
Just a few things I wanted to share. I find so many people I interact with about the effects of global warming say, "So you really believe all that bs? Frankly, yes! And now so does one of the scientists who previously said he was skeptical of the research that had been done and of the data others had found.
Eugene Robinson's column in today's Washington Post:…
Added by Ralph Oswald on October 25, 2011 at 9:22pm —
I've begun a series of video-essays on YouTube titled "Welcome to our Semi-Dark Age". The first episode is now up (in three parts, due to time-length restrictions by YouTube) - hopefully, my skills at video recording/editing will improve as I make more videos. Similarly, my pronunciation of English words remains a work in progress ... In any case, I've embedded herein the three videos of this first episode of the series, titled… Continue
Added by Pierre H. Vachon on September 8, 2011 at 7:56pm —
This is pretty inspiring. I would highly recommend taking the time to read it.
Thank you for the opportunity to speak before the court. When I first met Mr. Manross, the sentencing officer who prepared the presentence report, he explained that it was essentially his job to “get to know me.” He said he had to get to know who I really was… Continue
Added by Ryan E. Hoffman on August 5, 2011 at 12:00am —
Dear members of TA,
I have found some in this excellent website belong to another type of church: I call it "The Al Gore Church of Irate Gaia".
Well, guess what: I bring good tidings for the Gaia Atheists like me: peer-reviewed study which shows, based on a NASA new satellite data, that the amount of heat let off by the atmosphere into space is greater than the one assumed for all the fatalistic models which Al Gore (et al) shoved down our… Continue
Added by Alejandro M on July 28, 2011 at 11:27am —
hello again! thanks for once again dropping by to see what i've collected for you guys.
first (you know i have to tell you about the goings on with the Radio Show first!), tonight on the podcast we have Ms. Ophelia Benson joining us! Ms. Benson is a philosopher and cultural commentator who can be found posting great stuff each day at the excellent … Continue
Added by Nelson on July 3, 2011 at 12:00am —
hey guys, thanks as always for stopping in to see what i've found for you this week.
first, i've just confirmed our new contest! in the run up to the July 10th Dr. Stephen Law interview on the Think Atheist Radio Show we'll be having a contest to win one of 3 signed copies of his recently released book… Continue
Added by Nelson on June 26, 2011 at 4:59am —
Found this very interesting blog post that differentiates skepticism/doubt from denialism:
The writer contends that the AGW denialist movement is "a most distinctly unskeptical movement." In the following quote, the writer distinguishes between skpetics…
Added by Cecilia on February 9, 2010 at 2:40pm —
I haven't been keeping up on it very much to be honest. I've been too busy with work, school and reading atheist books. :)
So someone out there with some more knowledge on the subject, could you point me in the right direction in weighing the controversy? Right now it seems there's more riding on the problem being real. I watched "The Great Global Warming Swindle" and I like how there's an opposing view point, but I'm not convinced that it's a hoax or anything like that and would… Continue
Added by Paul Carlton on December 12, 2009 at 4:39pm —
honestly, i have no idea what to suppose about this issue of climate change. are we a significant contributor? is it cyclical? i've seen graphs showing that carbon levels cause global warming, and then i've been shown that the warming actually precedes the carbon rises.
climate change skepticism is said to be evil, though in other areas my skepticism is encouraged. who can i trust? who should i believe about climate change? al gore? john stossel? give me a break! somebody just tell the… Continue
Added by the human michael on December 2, 2009 at 1:04am —
I’ve recently come to the conclusion that even if we didn’t have to worry about nuclear weapons in the hands on doomsday fanatics, the mix of 21st century technology with literal reading and uncompromising adherence to primitive text- will itself lead to the end of the world.
And here’s why:
One hundred years ago there were 1.5 billion people on the planet. People used to have as many children as possible not just because of the… Continue
Added by Wassabi on September 16, 2009 at 5:17am —
In the world of changing business, when everyone is slapping the word Green on the side of their packages, Ray Anderson, CEO of Fortune 500 Company Interface Carpets, is setting the example for substantive change toward sustainability in business. The self proclaimed recovering plunderer, motivated by his epiphany of wrong doing, turned his high polluting, petroleum-based carpet company into a beacon for the direction of future business.
In a talk given at the 2009 TED Convention,… Continue
Added by LaRae Meadows on May 25, 2009 at 2:01pm —