Tag Archives: science

Feels good to be back

It’s been two years since my last post, that’s a long time. I have decided to change this into a full .com website and resume posting once or twice a week. I will update the atheism library and start one … Continue reading

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Vaccinations Save Lives

I came across this article a few days ago.  Religious or ideological exemption is a confusing development. A typical case of putting religion above the safety of children, the elderly and the sick. This is more support for the absolutely … Continue reading

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Why Religion Could Be Our Downfall

Typically I am pretty optimistic and so I hope the title of this post and its contents doesn’t make anyone depressed. However as of today (June 7th, 2012) the world population  is currently about seven billion, scientific progress is centuries … Continue reading

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An Update on our direction

This blog is almost ready for it’s permanent move to the new site and as such posts here will be infrequent, if at all. The Atheism library will be there along with the humanism and freethought page. Also we will … Continue reading

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Burden of Proof

One of the key factors in communicating learning is proof. Without it one could easily argue that learning is not possible.  What counts as proof is itself a lengthy examination but worth looking at briefly in order to make it … Continue reading

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No Stopping the Quackbuster

—Original Post— From Macleans.ca The prognosis is not good for charlatans. Nor does the future look bright for wellness practitioners—the earnest touch therapists, energy healers and reiki masters—who post their business cards at health food stores. Those operating on the … Continue reading

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Open Mindedness

As an appropriate opener to the new site I wanted to go over something none of us are all of the time.  In an ideal world we would all benefit from one of the most valuable outcomes of critical thinking … Continue reading

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