Women and combative atheism – “Atheism by its nature is “combative” – at least, active or outspoken or explicit or “movement” atheism is. Movement atheism is naturally combative.” Do you agree?
Experts suspicious of company’s gas-saving claims – “The product, it says, improves mileage by up to 15 per cent while reducing toxic emissions as much as 80 per cent, and boosting performance — at a cost of $150 to $350, depending on whether the fuel is gasoline or diesel, and the size of the tank.” From Andy.
Amanda is a science grad student in Boston whose favorite pastimes are having friendly debates and running amok.
jambonpomplemouse I'm hardly an expert, but I do like reading books about primates and biological anthropology, so forgive my ignorance, but doesn't the fact that human's... – Jul 24, 8:48 AM
Giliell When speculating about the distant past, I would always like to use a time travelling machine to go back to the point in time when... – Jul 24, 7:40 AM
biogeo Very interesting dissection of the argument, thanks! From a biological perspective, there's a number of holes in their reasoning as well. For example, One of... – Jul 24, 12:46 AM
velia Related to the articles about racism and scare-mongering: I'm reading Bruce Catton's 'Never Call Retreat' ( http://bookdir.info/?p=731520 ) and some things just don't change. One... – Jul 23, 11:42 PM
criticaldragon1177 Mrmisconception, People like him also believe that all the carnivores, including the mighty T-Rex were originally vegetarians and only started eating meat after the fall.... – Jul 23, 11:24 PM
mrmisconception He also believes in a big pile of horse droppings. His Bible says that original sin is visited on the descendants of Adam and Eve,... – Jul 23, 8:20 PM
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