All Blog Posts Tagged 'skeptic' (31)

Mondo Diablo Episode 216: Betty and Barney and Carl





This is the story of Betty, Barney, a Dachshund, and their abduction and rape by SPACE MONSTERS FROM OUTER-SPACE. Most of it is told by Master of Mystery and Horror, Carl Sagan. So you know it'll be scary!



Playlist





Betty and Barney and Carl 1

Alleee 1

Andre Kostelanetz * Black Hole

Annette * That Crazy Place from Outer Space

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Added by Rev Hellbound Alleee on October 1, 2009 at 6:08am — No Comments

Dragon*Con Reports

I have recently uploaded reports on all four days of Dragon*Con 2009, including several events sponsored by SkepTrack.org.



You can check them out here:

Day One

Day Two

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Added by Kelley Clark on September 8, 2009 at 5:16pm — No Comments

Mondo Diablo Episode 211: Meditations on Self-Awareness with Rev. Antonio Agpaoa





From the 365 Days Project on WFMU:





Tony Agpaoa was the man called the "Father of Psychic Surgery", the practice of curing the infirmed without scalpel or drugs, but faith in God. Many of these so-called healers have been shown to use slight of hand tricks to remove cancerous tumors of pig guts and chicken blood. Agpaoa…
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Added by Rev Hellbound Alleee on September 2, 2009 at 1:54pm — No Comments

Putt, still aiming for the green

(See, because it sounds like it's something to do with golf, but it's actually about someone called Putt trying to win money... Yeah, so I suck at titles.)



Well, it's disappointing, but shouldn't be surprising. It's taken less than three weeks for Patricia Putt, the psychic failure of a recent paranormal challenge organised by the JREF, to turn up in… Continue

Added by Cubik's Rube on May 26, 2009 at 5:09pm — No Comments

Acupuncture works!

...just as well as not doing acupuncture! Now that's what I call a medical procedure worth investing large sums of money in and foregoing other clinically proven treatments for. You don't even need to actually do it for it to magically heal you! Hey, I wonder if we can make that work with… Continue

Added by Cubik's Rube on May 18, 2009 at 5:19pm — 3 Comments

Episode 194: Carl Sagan on the DIstinction Between True and False Visions





Carl Sagan's book, "The Demon Haunted World," is as close to an "atheist bible" as you can get. Well, it is to me, anyway. Here I include the chapter called "On the Distinction Between True and False Visions," which deals with Marian apparitions.



Playlist



Carl Sagan * True and False Visions 1

Alleee 1

Enoch Light * Don't Sleep in the Subway

Inger Nilsson * Keep On… Continue

Added by Rev Hellbound Alleee on April 15, 2009 at 7:59pm — No Comments

A young skeptic.

I being somewhat a skeptic since very young. Although my mother is catholic, she's a 'light' catholic, in the sense that she thinks that there is a god, but he hardly has something to do with the universe we live in; she's something I like to see as a catholic-colored pantheist. My father, in analogy, would be a catholic-colored agnostic, he finds comfort in the idea and is attached to the festivities, but not very religious by himself.



There is a story told by my mother that, I… Continue

Added by G.P.Plascencia on February 25, 2009 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

Does atheism define you?

Does atheism define you?



Absolutely not. Atheism doesn't reflect something you are, it reflects something you are not. It is of no substance by itself. Not believing in something doesn't define who you are, just like not believing in fairies doesn't define who you are. Most people are "afairiest," in that they don't believe in fairies. Does your afairiesm define you? Of course not. Have you even heard of the term? Probably not, because it is as meaningless as the term atheism. We can… Continue

Added by TJMorgan on January 5, 2009 at 12:04pm — 1 Comment

The Official Podcast Drinking Game is Here!

Just follow the instructions to play along. We have a studio time but we don't know when the air date will be yet. In the meantime have fun and be responsible. And go to the Discovery Institute and claim to be a skeptic and atheist and see what sort of reception you have. Just saying is all.





To see the large, printable version, go here:… Continue

Added by Kate Holden on November 15, 2008 at 5:40pm — No Comments

Tiana, Kate, Seattle, Skepticality!

So, gentle readers, this coming weekend I'm flying up to Seattle to see my fabulous friend Tiana. There shall be drinks. There shall be fun. There shall be ... doing an interview for a Skepticality podcast about our time at the Discovery Institute, what? Yes! Stay tuned for more information, but realize in the meantime that it shall be awesome. I only wish I was flying into Seattle on Friday so we could visit Casey Luskin and pals one last time so Tiana and I could test the theory that all… Continue

Added by Kate Holden on November 15, 2008 at 5:35pm — 1 Comment

Shy Atheists, Bashful Skeptics

I am sure you know or have met somebody who thinks like this. You may, in fact, be one of these people I'm about to describe. If you are, I strongly urge you to consider what I'm about to say.



You're an atheist, but you feel that too many hard-nosed vitriolic cynics have given the label a bad name so now you refuse to refer to yourself as what you truly are. And yet. Yet, you could always make an effort to proudly assert that yes, you are an atheist but that you're willing to discuss… Continue

Added by Kate Holden on November 15, 2008 at 9:23am — 4 Comments

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