The Catholic Church Should Kick Out All Those Bibliophiles

Whenever I come across a new word, I try to look it up… it’s a practice banana-man apologist Ray Comfort might want to adopt.

On his Facebook page, Comfort posted a comment about Christians, the Bible, etc. His usual schtick.

And then the following conversation actually happened:

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Tesseracts and the Rosetta Stone

This is a nifty story: Nearly 14 years ago, Neal Yeager recorded a song that was inspired by his heroes Carl Sagan and James Randi. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, the song has been “rediscovered” and it’s getting a lot of play on online radio stations.

Check it out — it’s easy to tell why people are enjoying it: [Read more...]

The Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense

Coming off of his last viral hit, Crispian Jago has updated and re-released one of his classic graphics, the Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense:

You’re gonna want to click on that image, zoom in, and look around. It’s amazing how many crazy things some people can believe… [Read more...]

Mike Huckabee: ‘God Told Me To Become a Humanist’

(Well played, @americnhumanist…) [Read more...]

Arkansas State Representative Calls Eight-Year-Old Atheist a Fool

The Arkansas legislature just passed a bill called HB 1690 that will enact a freakishly-long moment of silence in the classroom:

A public school in this state shall observe a one (1) minute period of silence at the beginning of school each school day.

A minute. A full damn minute.

That’s not a “moment” of silence. That’s not a “period” of silence. That an “excruciatingly long goddamn minute” of silence.

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