#Meatmass: A Holiday for Families Who Aren’t Abstaining from Meat During Lent

During Lent, most Catholics abstain from eating meat on Fridays (and/or other days). But what do you do if you’re not religious?

Reader James Watt‘s non-religious grandfather began a tradition years ago in which the family would eat extra meat on Fridays. Special meat, even.

He called it Meatmass.



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Middle East Edition of National Geographic, About the War on Science, Removes Evolution Example from Cover

Remember the March, 2015 issue of National Geographic? It was a fairly popular one focusing on the war on science:

The cover highlighted a few of the “battles” in this war:

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Texas School District Says Principal Will Stop Reading Bible Verses During Morning Announcements

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a few recordings of White Oak High School (Texas) Principal Dan Noll reading Bible verses during morning announcements.



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Five Scientists Are Immortalized In Stained-Glass Art

I guess this means there’ll be more ribbing from believers trying to argue that atheism is just another faith.

In celebration of this year’s Pi DayShutterstock commissioned five stained-glass lithographs from artist Aaron Coleman for some of science’s most renowned names (using Shutterstock assets of course).

Feast your eyes:



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Creationist Ken Ham: Asteroids Will Never Kill Off Our Species Because Jesus Will Save Us First

It is entirely possible — though not very likely anytime soon — that another asteroid could strike Earth and destroy our species. (It wouldn’t be the first time one devastates the planet.)

But Creationist Ken Ham doesn’t think that’s a possibility.

Not because he has any scientific reasons, of course, but because the Bible tells us exactly how the story of our species ends:

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