Definitions, Maths, Big Bang, and Fables

Some nice meat and potatoes refutation of predictable Christian arguments.  What I found worth highlighting in particular here on the blog was akegg’s adept way of addressing the question of what the Big Bang is said to demonstrate. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

What Would Jesus NOT Do?

This is another truly spectacular video from Non Stamp Collector, whose new video we featured yesterday.  In this one he shows the real ways that a divine human could have provided evidence of his divinity and how a loving incarnated God could have morally and materially benefited humanity and demonstrated its benevolence and ethical interest. [Read More...]

2008′s 10 Best Philosophy Papers, As Selected By Philosopher’s Annual

via Brian Leiter comes this link to Philosopher’s Annual’s selections for best philosophy papers published in 2008. Sounds most intriguing.  I hope to find time to read a couple in particular. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

‘Nuff Said Award Winner: Lord Robert May On Religion’s Connection To Authoritarianism, Its Past Uses, And Its Current Fundamentalist Risk

via Jerry Coyne come remarks from Oxford’s Lord Robert May, president of the British Science Festival and  former chief scientific adviser to the British government, expressing views which I think are in keeping with (while further developing) the broader philosophical pictures that I lay out here, here, here, here, here, and, most of all, here. Lord [Read More...]

Mark Goffeney—The Boy With The Incredible Feet

One of my favorite live renditions of Tom Petty’s “Mary Jane’s Last Dance”: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Extra Bonus Daily Hilarity: High Stakes Intelligent Designing

A terrific video about the irrationality of our “design” as counter-proof that the functions we evolved evidence a perfect “designer.”  The video comes via Friendly Atheist: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Daniel Tammet—The Boy With The Incredible Brain

The story of Daniel Tammet’s amazing, amazing, amazing brain.  Tammet can master a new language in a week and he can memorize pi to thousands of places and do extraordinarily complicated math problems in his head simply seeing the numbers and other images and patterns in his mind. There are 5 parts, be sure to watch [Read More...]

Humanist Symposium At The Greenbelt

The Humanist Symposium, the blog carnival for humanists, has a new edition up at The Greenbelt (and it even graciously includes a submission from Camels With Hammers!) Here is The Greenbelt’s description of the types of blog posts that the Humanist Symposium is all about: The Humanist Symposium is not intended to be a forum [Read More...]

Sundaily Hilarity: Teh Ten Commandments Of Ceiling Cat

Found in this solid video disspelling slanders against atheists by dealing with questions about the morality of atheists: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]


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