The Course of Reason

Lucky for You, Science is Not a Religion

August 30, 2011 Shawn Witham

So, as everyone has heard, Hurricane Irene is crawling its way up the East Coast. Scientists have built models to determine its path, community members have reinforced homes and businesses, families and friends have offered hands of help, and, last and definitely least, the priests and pastors have offered prayer and spiritual guidance.

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Music Monday: Tom Waits, “God’s Away On Business”

August 29, 2011 Cody Hashman

Welcome to the first installment of Music Mondays!

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TED Time

August 26, 2011 John Chesley

Looking over the past blog posts I noticed that it has been awhile since a TED talk was posted. If you don't know what TED talks are or haven't spent much time on their site, I highly recommend checking it out when you have some free time.

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Need Help with Your Activism Project?

August 25, 2011 Dren Asselmeier

What skeptical, scientific, or secular problems do you see in your community today? Do you want to try changing anything or advocating for a view or group of people? Well, here is your chance to do that, and to have help!

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Is Jon Huntsman the most reasonable GOP candidate?

August 24, 2011 Michael Dippold

Jon Huntsman, former Utah Governor and a current contender for the Republican nomination, recently posted a tweet on his official account responding to Rick Perry's asinine comments regarding evolution and climate change at a campaign stop in New Hampshire. Here is the full text straight from his Twitter page:

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