Is Jenny McCarthy Really Pro-Vaccines? (Spoiler: No)

The video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, discusses how Jenny McCarthy, despite her claims to the contrary, is still anti-vaccination:

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We’d love to hear your thoughts on the project — more videos will be posted soon — and we’d also appreciate your suggestions as to which questions we ought to tackle next!

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An Atheist Rock Song by Burn the Rez

Here’s something we don’t hear every day: A rock song about atheism.

The band is Rhode-Island based Burn The Rez and the song is called “Dark Age“:



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Did You Miss the First Episode of ‘Your Inner Fish’? You Can Now Watch It Online

Earlier this week, PBS aired the first of three episodes of the documentary series “Your Inner Fish,” based off of paleontologist/evolutionary biologist Neil Shubin‘s book of the same name:



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Star Trek‘s Kate Mulgrew: ‘I Am Not a Geocentrist’

Earlier today, Terry posted about a forthcoming movie called The Principle by director Katheryne Thomas. The movie suggests that our sun revolves around the Earth — not the other way around.

Narrating the film is former Star Trek actress Kate Mulgrew, which seemed like quite the change of pace for her, going from a pro-science series to an anti-science movie.

Physicist Lawrence Krauss, whose video clips appear in the film, has already voiced his opposition to being used without his approval.

Now, Mulgrew is speaking out, too. On Facebook, she just posted about how was not exactly a willing participant in this project:

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New Documentary, Narrated by Star Trek‘s Kate Mulgrew and With Atheist Interviewees, Says the Sun Circles the Earth

The belief that the Earth is at the center of the universe and that the sun circles our planet went out the window in the mid-1500s after Nicolaus Copernicus published On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres. It became completely discredited when Johannes Kepler added in his two cents a century later. Copernicus, by the way, came 1,800 years after Aristarchus of Samos, who posited a similar theory: that the Earth circles the sun, not the other way around. In that regard, there’s nothing new under the, em, sun.

That is, unless you’re Katheryne Thomas, the director of The Principle, a soon-to-be-released Christian documentary that promises to turn the current knowledge of our galaxy on its head by allegedly returning to the old saw that our sun circles the Earth.



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