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Hemant Mehta is the chair of Foundation Beyond Belief and a high school math teacher in the suburbs of Chicago. He began writing the Friendly Atheist blog in 2006. His latest book is called The Young Atheist's Survival Guide.
I think you’ll like this one:
The next atheist conference should definitely serve QualiaSoup on the lunch menu.
He is all sorts of awesome.
Weren’t “Qualia Soup” Rimmer’s last words?
But this explanation uses verifiable facts! How can anyone believe the religious reich will accpet that? They rejected facts and rational thinking long ago.
Did you just Godwin?
It’s a reference to the video.
That was great. Well done and easily understood.
I am glad you found it Hemant. I watched it a few days ago and I thought it was excellent.
I think I’m going to link to this every time anyone says that we believe life is an accident or that we insist on teaching “just a theory” as indisputable fact.
I get sick of explaining all the misconceptions over and over again. This will save time.
Hi Hemant, you’ll probably like this: http://youtu.be/rNXLT8h_fIo
I’m 22 seconds in – the vid starts with the central definition of evolution and then quickly makes two “but not” disclaimers (cosmology and abiogenesis aren’t in scope). I laughed! That’s exactly right and you have to do the disclaiming since the anti-science religionists are constantly conflating the three.
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