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The Morning Heresy  with Paul the Morning Heretic
February 12, 2016

The Morning Heresy is your daily digest of news and links relevant to the secular and skeptic communities.      

First, we start the day by wishing a speedy recovery and good health to Richard Dawkins, who last week suffered a minor stroke. He's doing okay and is expected to be back in action, but there will be some work ahead to recover. CFI and RDFRS staff is handling his Twitter account for now (thus, alas, a spelling error in a recent tweet that Dawkins himself would never make). 

But a Happy Darwin Day to him and to you nonetheless.

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Transbunnyism

The Morning Heresy  with Paul the Morning Heretic
February 11, 2016

The Morning Heresy is your daily digest of news and links relevant to the secular and skeptic communities.      

Rapid Growth, which is a news outlet in Grand Rapids -- get it? Rapid growth? -- checks to see what all the fuss is about with the secular Sunday Assembly services, and highlights the area's existing freethought community represented by CFI–Michigan.

Scott Gavura considers the ethics of marketing and selling complementary and alternative medicine. And there are none. There are no ethics.    

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Feral Children in Fact and Fiction

A Skeptic Reads the Newspaper  with Benjamin Radford
February 10, 2016

Legends from around the world tell of children raised by wild animals including wolves, bears, and apes. 

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Poem: “The Bigfoot Bear”

Investigative Briefs  with Joe Nickell
February 10, 2016

For the past few years, I have been intensely studying what I call “The Bigfoot Bear”—that is, any bear, especially if standing and even walking upright, that may be mistaken for a Bigfoot. Here I offer a poem on that subject (rather than an investigative report). It is written in a style I have developed, that I call improvisational rhyming. It is perhaps best appreciated when read aloud.

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