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Time Travel

Is there a force that allows or prevents time travel?  because the link to the video does not work for me this morning, here is the vide…

Started by Joan Denoo

12 Mar 9
Reply by Idaho Spud

Americans Are Wise to Suspect Science.

 Is That Heresy? No! It's Democracy. Briefly, scientists want to do science; too few are engaging the American people. In political languag…

Started by tom sarbeck

4 Feb 13
Reply by BenGee

Scientist protest walk on Washingtone

Urgent and important to all. Please see the link below. This is an event organized by the international scientific community to demonstrate…

Started by John Elder

15 Jan 30
Reply by tom sarbeck

Meteor flashes over volcano, other volcanoes in the news.

I live close enough to 3 volcanoes, that I can see them while driving in various parts of town.  Mt. St. Helens - Louwala-Clough for native…

Started by Daniel W

0 Dec 31, 2016

The Bangers Are Getting Desperate.

With good reason. They're finding it increasingly difficult to make the universe obey their math. Like the theocrats in Galileo's time who…

Started by tom sarbeck

10 Nov 27, 2016
Reply by tom sarbeck

Cracks in the foundation?

Is the foundation crumbling?Speed-of-light results under scrutiny at Cernhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15017484AndEarly Res…

Started by Jan deBoer

3 Nov 26, 2016
Reply by tom sarbeck

Dinosaurs in the News!

In China, construction workers blew up some bedrock and uncovered an entirely new species of feathered dinosaur.  Very pretty if the illust…

Started by Daniel W

5 Nov 15, 2016
Reply by Michael Penn

The Cylons are Here. Sort of.

My favorite sci fi series is the remake of Battlestar Gallactica.  The story begins with an interplanetary society that fought a past war a…

Started by Daniel W

30 Nov 5, 2016
Reply by Compelledunbeliever

Changing Dogmas Is Easier Than Giving Up The Need For Dogma, OR Former Theists May Be Less Cognitively Able To Understand Science

Inspired in part by the ancient Chinese curse: May you live in a time of change. The cognitive ability of former theists depends on at leas…

Started by tom sarbeck

7 Nov 2, 2016
Reply by tom sarbeck

People who beleive in god are less cognitively able to understand science

According to a telegraoh article reporting on a study in Helsinki, beleivers are less able to understand science. http://www.telegraph.co.…

Started by Daniel W

109 Oct 31, 2016
Reply by Daniel W

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