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  • Hacked climate emails called a "smear campaign" The war on science continues...

    "We're facing an effort by special interests who are trying to confuse the public," said Richard Somerville, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and a lead author of the UN IPCC Fourth Assessment Report

  • Atheist Billboard Stirs God Debate

    "When I realize there are some people who think that God does not exist, this is just unbelievable to me," said Dr. Byron George, a local pastor.

  • Religion vs. science

    Yet, according to a Gallup poll taken this year, just 40 percent of Americans say they believe in the theory of evolution. Other surveys done in recent years find that about 30 percent of Americans believe in the literal truth of the Bible and about 45 percent believe god created humans in their present form within the last 10,000 years or so.

  • Eternal Earth-Bound Pets, USA

    The next best thing to pet salvation in a Post Rapture World

  • Obama pushes math, science education

    A conversation last week with South Korea's president apparently showed President Obama the stark difference between how Asian nations and the United States value education.

  • 'Sinners' gather at atheist meeting

    Kagin, a longtime Free Inquiry activist and national legal director for American Atheists was there to help introduce the group to new members -and there were several. Interest in local atheist groups has roughly doubled since the United Coalition of Reason erected a billboard off of Sixth Street in Queensgate Nov. 12 reaching out to non-believers, organizers said.


 

Comments

It's blasphemy I say, blasphemy. Had I know I'd never have relinquished the links even for a day. What the hell do you drink Red, POSTUM.

Tea, but since I am just sitting around until I go off to my aunt's house, I just had OJ this morning.

Tea, well alright. Tea is a drink worthy of respect.

Thanks for the turkey, I was looking for one.

Sorry, call me a commie-pinko bastard but I can't stand the taste of coffee. Although, if crystal-meth were available for public consumption I can see a new breakfast of champions taking over...

commie-pinko bastard

The smell of coffee's wonderful, but the taste? Only suitable for adding to chocolate.

In regards to improving education, in particular science and math (correlates to the religion v. science article as well) - there was a good interview on Speaking of Faith with Krsta Tippett and Adele Diamond: Learning, Doing, Being - A New Science of Education on the role of neuro-science and education. Worth a listen.

Oh, I keep hearing NPR stories and thinking, this would be perfect for 1gm.

Two weekends ago there was a great story on deceptive practices by born agains at spring break.

I only drink coffee in the winter, and diet pepsi in the summer. I think I'm gonna die of something.

http://health.yahoo.com/experts/drmao/bio/maoshing-ni/;_ylt=A0WTTc8fZg9LfaMAmHB1kIV4

That guy? Seriously? I'd heard about that (seems it's only one?) study that said one could gain weight when drinking even diet soda, but that statement is misleading in that it wasn't the diet soda that made people gain weight, as far as I remember it wasn't conclusive, but it could have been something like people just ate more cause they were drinking "diet" drinks.

Not saying that drinking it is good either (or even innocuous), but those kinds of articles don't really say much to me.

Switch so you can keep chewing. both sugared and diet sodas damage teeth.

Here's one for R7 saying white tea is good for you.

That's all right, I'm in love with my dentist.

I know, I know. I'll make it my NY resolution.

I had a cute dental hygienist once. it's really hard to be flirtatious with someone that has their hands in your mouth. At the risk of sounding like Bill maher... "Stop drinking toxic chemical shit".

Coffee is likely fine, tea is actually healthy and much easier on the stomach.

Coffee one cup a day is just fine, it won't hurt you :)

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