Love, Religious Style

Daniel M of Good Reason relays this poignant anecdote: I was on a long car trip with my very Mormon mother. Out of the blue, she said, “So you think it’s okay for gay people to get married, do you?” “Yeah,” I said. “I think it’ll be fine.” Mom said “What if your sons turned [Read More...]

Anatomy Of A Black Hole

A neat presentation of the nature and workings of black holes. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

A Link For The Edification Of My Religious Readers

Here you go, guys and gals, a great site about your views. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Everything You Always Wanted To Know About God But Were Afraid To Ask

Here’s a terrific page with answers to all the important questions about God. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Tells

Some really interesting tips for detecting liars.  A lot of stuff here that I hadn’t thought of before but they’re really intuitive and make you realize the many ways people can clumsily go about trying to deceive.  A few I found particularly worth note: • Timing and duration of emotional gestures and emotions are off [Read More...]

You Are Not A Beautiful And Unique Snowflake

but you can make beautiful and unique snowflakes by clicking here! [Read more...]

A Fate Worse Than F

Simon Fraser University is instituting the grade of FD, a grade worse than F, for “egregious cases of academic dishonesty.” It can only be given by authorities higher up than professors and it would have possibly long lasting implications: The FD would remain on a student’s transcripts during their time at SFU and for two [Read More...]

Scientology

A really disturbing look at some incidents from Scientology‘s dark and abusive history.. [Read more...]

On The Necessary Connection Between Reasoning And Accepting Rational Norms As Having Merit

Wandering Internet Commentator asks You’ll have to excuse my ignorance here, whereas you have a doctorate in philosophy (I think) I’m just a Wandering Internet Commentator whose experience with philosophy extends no farther than a 101 college class. I’m very close to the doctorate but not quite there yet—check back in a few months… So [Read More...]


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