To hope, to care, to love. We have all experienced these powerful, fundamental feelings. They help define what it is to be human. These important elements of a fulfilling human life are experienced by religious and nonreligious people alike.
Find out more: http://www.livingwithoutreligion.org.
In May of 2011, the Center for Inquiry Travel Team along with dozens of fellow inquirers and a panel of distinguished speakers—Lawrence Krauss, Phil Plait, Joyce Salisbury, Chris Mooney, and Ronald A. Lindsay—took a cruise to the Greek Islands.
Interested in coming along next time? Check out next year’s cruise at http://www.centerforinquiry.net/travel.
Recent high school sophomore and secular activist Jessica Ahlquist leads a panel on high school activism with Harrison Hopkins, Damon Fowler, and Zack Kopplin.
Is “The Rock” home to orb-causing spirits, ghosts of former prisoners, or other unexplainable phenomena? Paranormal investigator Joe Nickell offers insight on the former prison after his recent visit.
Nickell traveled to Alcatraz to examine some of these claims of alleged supernatural activity on the island.
The Chupacabra is a fabled vampiric creature that has supposedly preyed on farm animals in many countries since it first appeared in Puerto Rico in 1995. Is it on the loose now in the American midwest? Recently, Joe Nickell had a chance to investigate a reported chupacabra attack near Strafford, Missouri.