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the state of New York has legalized same sex marriage but has done so with a pretty absurd religious exemption.
religious claims don't need evidence? what?? it's almost sad...
lots of transhumanist atheists out there. well. here's 3 arguments against the "singularity".
evolution and the second law of thermodynamics.
a former global warming skeptic offers some tipis on how to talk to global warming skeptics.
would you notice a man being beaten if you ran past it? don't think so fast...
does science ruin things for people? does it spoil anythingto know how the tricks are done?
Saturn's moon Enceladus shows evidence of an ocean beneath its surface.
lab yeast make the jump to multicelularity, evolving to a multicellular organism in no time.
Jerry Coyne was interviewed by The Browser and answers the question "which are the 5 books on evolution you'd recommend?"
is homosexuality counter to evolution? if it evolved what was (or still is) the selection benefit?
when it comes to climate change the public is less and less sure even as scientists are more and more convinced. what's going on here?