No, the First Scientific Proof of God Was Not Found

This article’s been making the rounds online over the past week, especially on Facebook, where your religious relatives have undoubtedly sent you a link:



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All the Sides of the Evolution Debate

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John Oliver’s Brilliant Segment on Dr. Oz’s Support of “Miracle” Drugs

John Oliver offered a fantastic — and substantive — take on Dr. Oz and his desire to push bullshit “miracle” supplements on Sunday’s episode of Last Week Tonight:



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Friendly Atheist Podcast Episode 2: Dr. Karen Stollznow

Thank you all for tuning in to our new podcast!

Our latest guest is Dr. Karen Stollznow.



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Ann Druyan Reflects on the New ‘Cosmos’ and Asking the Big Questions

Whenever Ann Druyan appears in the media, you want to pay attention. The co-creator of both versions of Cosmos and wife of the late Carl Sagan, she has a way of communicating the beauty and wonder of science and inquiry that is utterly compelling. Despite that, very few know who she is. That subject was touched upon in an interview she just did with Andrew O’Hehir at Salon, where she seems to mainly find the fact that she’s overshadowed by celebrity men of science men amusing.

I am a little bit surprised when critics, who I think are more likely to read the credits with some degree of attention, talk about the show as if Neil has had something to do with its inception or its writing. In the case of Carl it was different. Obviously Carl was the senior partner in conceiving the show with me and [astronomer] Steven Soter. And so, I mean, I am kind of taken aback. But then I look at the brilliance of Neil [deGrasse Tyson]’s performance, and how unexpectedly he has taken what I wrote and given it its best possible expression on the show. So I love the guy. I guess that’s the plight of the writer. It is coming out of someone else’s mouth; people think it must be theirs. It’s a natural reaction. … [Read more...]


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