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Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on October 14, 2012 at 11:25am —
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Added by Nelson on May 20, 2012 at 2:46am —
Sup! :) Good to see you guys again!
Gimme a sec to get this stuff outta the way and we'll get to the links!
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 Twitter is where we do… Continue
Added by Nelson on February 12, 2012 at 4:36am —
Let's get to it...
This week on the show:
Dr. Jessica Pierce! Dr. Pierce holds a position of Faculty Associate at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Center for Bioethics and Humanities. Working in bioethics, she is the author or co-author of Morality Play: Case Studies in Ethics, Contemporary Bioethics: A Reader With… Continue
Added by Nelson on February 5, 2012 at 4:11am —
Hey guys! Welcome back! Hope you all had a good week. Thanks for joining me to recap the week's links! We'll get to it in a sec but first...
Have you guys found me on Google+ yet? I share Sunday School links on G+ as I find them each day; no waiting till Sunday! There's a great community of people I share the links and interact with. And on… Continue
Added by Nelson on January 29, 2012 at 2:24am —
Most of the time when I watch "real haunting" shows, I do so because either 1. someone else turned it on and I'm too lazy to leave the room or procrastinating or 2. I go looking for logical fallacies and things to laugh at.
But... do you know what I don't find funny about those shows? Exorcisms! Why do these people call exorcists? Usually it seems to be because their family member is acting strangely in a destructive way and their religious beliefs tell them that the most… Continue
Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on September 24, 2011 at 2:00pm —
Of all the forms of alternative medicine, homeopathy seems to take the cake as the most irrational and logic defying. The primary principle of homeopathy is that heavily diluting a substance in water makes the active ingredient more potent. Homeopathic "medicine" is really just very expensive water. Here is an experiment that I thought of that tests the validity of the principles of homeopathy. It can be performed at your average college party. Pour a few shots of vodka or other hard liquor… Continue
Added by Isaac on January 15, 2011 at 1:05pm —
This was an essay for my college English class.
The origins of life have been debated and discussed for millennia. Ancient cultures, such as the Greeks, had their creation myths. Modern religion still supports using mythology based on a literal interpretation of scripture as a valid explanation for how life came to be. For the last one hundred and fifty years, the scientific community has supported evolution as the best explanation of how life came to be. However, there has been… Continue
Added by Isaac on March 2, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Oh wow, this is two days in a row that my inbox has had a treat waiting for me! Mike Adams, author of yesterday's comedic gem from the webzine Natural News
, has just penned a biting retort to the resultant fury of those pesky skeptics.
As to my criticism yesterday regarding Adams' utter disregard for providing hyperlinks to support his statements, he seems to have amended this journalistic oversight as this new article… Continue
Added by Shine on January 25, 2010 at 7:30am —
I am on the mailing list of many, err, "interesting" websites; the crazier the site, the more likely that I am to sign up for email updates. How could anyone turn down a daily dose of hilarity delivered right to their inbox? This morning, I discovered a comedic gem lurking in my unread mail.
Why do I find today's offering to be particularly funny? Because it is an article lambasting the supposed views of some ambiguous group of skeptics with no citations, references, or… Continue
Added by Shine on January 24, 2010 at 9:30am —
This is another of those articles for which I'm having to suppress just a hint of party-pooping, fuddy-duddy guilt. Atlantis is actually a pretty cool legend, and some really fun stories have arisen around it. The Indiana Jones
game, about stopping the Nazis from harnessing the immense power of a lost civilisation, was something I had many, many hours of fun with back when I was first discovering point-and-click… Continue
Added by Cubik's Rube on June 6, 2009 at 2:44pm —
Some of you may have seen the link posted on RichardDawkins.net
to an article written by Mark Tiborsky
of The Cleveland Freethinkers. I thought I'd dig around on AllAboutScience.org
a bit and see how blatant it was.
Added by Johnny on May 8, 2009 at 2:30pm —
This is an extract from my latest blog post, titled "Pseudoscience
So, I guess I should've done this one sooner. Pseudoscience is pretty much the pinnacle of anathema to everything I'm struggling for on this blog (hey, writing dozens of words about stuff as often as five or six times a month is a real struggle sometimes). I'm all about… Continue
Added by Cubik's Rube on May 2, 2009 at 2:11pm —
This was an essay that I wrote for my English class during my senior year in high school.
Education, by definition, is the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life (Dictionary.com). Science is a major part of an individual’s education in a modern school. Evolution is an important part of science that should not be overlooked or ignored. So why… Continue
Added by Isaac on December 1, 2008 at 8:00pm —