Ex-apologist pointed to two new papers by philosopher Wes Morriston, one against god as a grounding for morality and the other against the Kalam on the subject of actual infinities. (pdf's at the link)
just because something's unexplained doesn't mean it's supernatural.
Jerry Coyne lays the smackdown on an apologist's misunderstanding of evolution.
Luke Muehlhauser posted a list of the 20th century's most important philosophical works- books and papers- according to a survey of philosophers taken in 1999.
"i visited Christian pregnancy centers that lure women in with false promises of medical care. here's what they told me about abortions, breast cancer, shame, and death."
physicist Michio Kaku demonstrated this week how just because you are an expert in one field doesn't mean you're an expert in others. Dear Michio, leave evolution to the biologists until you know what you're talking about. John Hawks, Greg Fish, and PZ comment.
the Templeton Foundation could only be bad for science.
Universe Today has begun a series of Cosmology 101 posts starting at the beginning.
gonorrhea has picked up human DNA.
how much would it cost to identify all of the animals on Earth?
American anthropology has sunk down a rabbit-hole of irrelevance.
a few weeks back Jean Kazez wrote a piece criticizing the "new atheism." this week Russell Blackford responded. Jeremy Stangroom chose to ignore Blackford's response other than to latch on to the one bit of snark that Blackford included to give people like Stangroom something to complain about. as Blackford said, hook, line, and sinker. Jerry Coyne pointed out that while Stangroom urges people to civility he excuses statutory rape.
South Dakota moves to legalize the killing of abortion providers.
this study on the efficacy of prayer is just awful but that won't stop many believers from citing it.
no, there's no proof of a giant planet in the outer solar system.