ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN Discussions (1,073)

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Environmental sustainability/ supernatural beliefs

I am wondering if I can get some thoughts on this point that has been stuck in my head. The only societies that live in complete environmen…

Started by Lyle Nisenholz

19 Dec 21, 2010
Reply by Lyle Nisenholz

Possible Evidence of Multiple Universes

Researchers from the UK, Canada and US that think four circular irregularities in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) of the universe may…

Started by John Jubinsky

2 Dec 20, 2010
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The evolution of fear pattern recognition and memory

This is an area that fascinates me - particularly now as I have a neat little hypothesis I've been developing that seems to fit quite well.…

Started by Marc Draco

58 Dec 20, 2010
Reply by Jim DePaulo

Origin of dictionary meanings for words like theism, non-theism, atheism, . . .

  It's probably true to say that words like 'theist' and 'theism' were invented by, and first used by, theists; and that words equivalent t…

Started by Dr. Terence Meaden

7 Dec 17, 2010
Reply by Joseph P

Cricket Romance?

This isn't an experiment I did deliberately, nor is it one that I'm going to repeat in a hurry, but I mention it for observation.   I keep…

Started by Marc Draco

2 Dec 14, 2010
Reply by Marc Draco

That's just.... wrong!

I've been following these "laws" and associated kerfuffle over the Islamic veil with only a passing interest until the other day something…

Started by Marc Draco

30 Dec 11, 2010
Reply by Jared Lardo

Ethics and the origin of the 'common good'

"...what is the common good without God? It is folly to assert any definition of the common good while neglecting God--the exemplar for cre…

Started by Michelle

5 Dec 11, 2010
Reply by Dr. Wolfgang von Khaos

The origin of the big bang

The big bang is an incredible debate between the sides of theists and atheists. While some atheists may oblige to not believe in such a thi…

Started by Adrian Gerard

31 Dec 8, 2010
Reply by Joseph P

Is there a figurative 'critical period' for rational thought?

If you know what a critical period  is, skip this next paragraph: A 'critical period' is a limited developmental period in which an organi…

Started by Sol Gartner

20 Dec 8, 2010
Reply by New Atheist

Despite the fact of substantial criticism from Non-Theists, why is societal adherence to religion still on the rise?

Despite the fact of substantial criticism from Non-Theists, the spread of doctrinaire evangelism has continued to be on the rise, as can be…

Started by Adebowale Ojowuro

23 Dec 7, 2010
Reply by Reginald Joiner

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