EventsFeminismReligion

Women in Secularism: Carrie Poppy

  This coming spring a wonderful event is going to take place in Washington, DC. That event is called, Women in Secularism. As many of us know, there has been …

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Skepticism

Forbes Discovers Science

Forbes, the business magazine, posted a pretty good article on discerning science from pseudo-science. The article “10 Questions To Distinguish Real From Fake Science” by Emily Willingham focuses on health …

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Skepticism

Is China killing your dog? Of course not…

Prior to September 23rd I classified myself as pet tolerant. Meaning as long as I didn’t have to interact with your pet then I was tolerant. Not the most popular …

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Guest Bloggers

Guest Post: A Mother’s Plea to Bullies

Laura Stone, a blogger at Hey, Don’t Judge Me (well known for her Game of Thrones recaps), recently contacted us with some sad news. Her teenage son Austin has been …

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Science

On Earthquakes and Risks

Seven people, six of them scientist, were convicted of manslaughter yesterday and sentenced to six years in prison after over 300 people died in a 2009 earthquake in the Italian …

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ActivismAfternoon Inquisition

Science Blog Challenge!

If you didn’t hear about it, there is a Blogger Challenge for DonorsChoose.org: “DonorsChoose.org is a simple way to provide students in need with resources that our public schools often lack. At …

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Religion

Narnia is Real: A Skeptic’s Experience in Another Dimension

As a skeptic and an atheist, I did not believe in a magical realm of talking animals that one can visit late at night. I’ve long been interested in science …

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Skepticism

There Are No Anti-Semites in the 9/11 Truth Movement

Last week on SGU, the guys and I were chatting about ye ol’ WTC 7 collapse and about how Truthers are still insisting that there’s no way it could have …

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