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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

Evolutionary changes in modern humans due to increased dependance on technology?

Greetings to all Darwinian friends out there. Is it perhaps possible that there has been a minor physical change in the anatomy of modern H…

Started by Zebbi

37 Dec 6, 2010
Reply by Joshua McGee

Why believe in God?

Correct me if i'm wrong, but in its essence, God or any deity came from religion right? So if you don't believe in religion why believe in…

Started by Myke Sorrel

44 Dec 5, 2010
Reply by Joseph P

Arsenic-munching germ redefines "life as we know it"

This seems to be related to another discussion that was going on around here, about DNA being the life molecule of the universe.  This migh…

Started by Joseph P

6 Dec 4, 2010
Reply by Super fluid

'Atheist Guilt'

I'm sure many of you come from Christian and Jewish lineages, and are aware of the queer senses of guilt that accompany them.  As atheists…

Started by Sol Gartner

22 Dec 3, 2010
Reply by Ken Jackson

New Theory on Moving of Stonehenge Rocks

The massive (four ton) slabs used to construct Stonehenge were taken from a quarry 200 miles away. An engineer says that they could have be…

Started by John Jubinsky

0 Dec 3, 2010

Christopher Hitchens beats Tony Blair to a pulp (in polite debate) got the feeling reading this that the last word was left with Blair (unfairly) but no o…

Started by Marc Draco

5 Dec 2, 2010
Reply by John Cameron


The reality that societal adherence to religious practices has continued to be on the rise at very explosive rates in Africa, especially in…

Started by Adebowale Ojowuro

3 Nov 27, 2010
Reply by Scott Bidstrup


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