The Rap Guide to Evolution

Baba Brinkman explains evolution for the rap-loving youth: You can see a more recent freestyle rap here. I never thought I would be saying this but my list of pro-science and atheist rappers is growing. Awesome. (via New Humanist) [Read more...]

A Carl Sagan Mosaic

Crispian Jago‘s work is absolutely beautiful: Science is a mosaic. Good science from disparate fields seems to conveniently converge to help us gradually gain a clearer overall view of our universe and make valid predictions based on that knowledge. No one joined this rich mosaic of scientists together more sublimely and eloquently and passionately communicated [Read More...]

Were You Better at Something When You Had Religious Faith?

This was on PostSecret today: It raises this question for me: Is there anything you were better at doing back when you were religious? I guess I could say I was better at calming myself down in stressful situations (because I would pray)… but there is some power in being able to rationally think my [Read More...]

Letting Go of God Airs on Showtime

Julia Sweeney‘s fantastic one-woman show Letting Go of God had its Showtime premiere earlier a few nights ago and will be airing on the premium channel several times over the next month! Specifically: Showtime’s deal gives them dibs on the movie for a year. If the ratings are good and the audience likes what they [Read More...]

Freethought Film Festival Foundation Seeks Submissions

The Freethought Film Festival Foundation is looking to begin an annual event in Tampa, Florida: The mission of the FFFF is to promote reason, critical thinking and freedom of inquiry through the medium of film. With support from freethinkers who have viewpoints that are agnostic, atheist, humanist, secular humanist, rationalist, skeptic, of “Bright” mind, non-religious [Read More...]


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