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Spain produces another masterpiece of religious art.
It is time that Catholics demand that their Church leaders are charged with crimes against humanity as seven more States launch investigations. They have no good old days to look back on.
A Bayesian approach to the arguments from the liars for Jesus.
Is religion a stumbling block to integration?
Some more Christians are happy to allow their children to starve to death
When and why do people become atheists? Had Harry Potter got anything to do with it?
This weeks’ Woo: The slow metabolism argument. Goop eggs are not all they are cracked up to be.
Climate Change: Protest.
A follow-up to our recent post about Mathematics. Would you gamble on the probability that you know the odds?
The latest Skeptic magazine will feature big article on “Did Morality evolve naturally?
Would a fully rational person work in social sciences?
Why can’t all primates talk?
This is why there are no alternatives to the Big Bang.
The ethics of consciousness hunting.
What do you think of the Gaia theory?
The news of this award for Jocelyn Bell made me very happy.
This week I am reading this book: Godless Citizens in a Godly Republic.
Some photographs taken last week.
While you are waiting for the kettle to boil…..
Coffee Break Video: Sam Harris calls out Jordan Peterson. TedTalk – Jocelyn Bell Burnell.
Have a great week everyone!!
Science should be taught not in order to support religion and not in order to destroy religion. Science should be taught simply ignoring religion.
Thanks, Reg, will have to check that book out.
@Jade – Yes, me too. The first thing I do when I hear of a new book is to check out the “credentials” of the author(s). It was easy this time:
Professors Kramnick and Moore have been colleagues and good friends since they both left Yale University to teach at Cornell in 1972…..
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