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Monthly Archives: February 2014

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Arizona Dodges Bullet and Vetoes Discrimination Bill

By: Shelby Hawkins | February 27, 2014

Arizona, state of the Grand Canyon, endless summer days, and where wide roads and narrow minds coincide. Once again playing into the stereotype of being a gun toting, immigrant hating, overly conservative playground for the culturally ignorant…Read More

New York And Its Twisted Views On Gun Control

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 24, 2014

New York is the most regulated city in the USA. What was once considered the crown jewel city in America has now become the biggest joke in the nation. If you are the type that loves government over-regulating and sticking their thumb into just about every facet…Read More

10 Highly Influential Atheists In Hollywood

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 22, 2014 | 3 Comments

These actors don’t mind speaking the truth. There are many great atheists out there that speak their mind such as Richard Dawkins, Michael Shermer, and Stephen Hawking, but none of them have quite as much influence over the mainstream public as the…Read More

Clergy Leaders Who Lost Faith Have A New Way Out

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 20, 2014

Clergy who don’t believe the fairy tales are screwed. Imagine the difficulty of being a leader in the Catholic church or a Christian ministry and then finding the power in science, truth, reason and logic. You have spent your entire life devoted to and studying…Read More

Archaeologists Locate Stonehenge’s Rock Source

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 19, 2014

New discovery made at mysterious Stonehenge. Over the years, archaeologists have searched for more understanding of what Stonehenge is, how it was built, who built it, and what it might represent. It’s estimated the enormous rocks, carefully placed into…Read More

House of Cards Season 2 – Nice Guys Finish Last

By: Shelby Hawkins | February 18, 2014

The much awaited Season 2 of House of Cards has arrived on Netflix’s and is leaving many curious about the true nature of real life political dealings in our countries capital. How many Frank Underwoods exist behind the closed doors of congressional offices? Read More

Seeking Out The Truth Behind GMO Food Myths

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 18, 2014

Are genetically modified foods really bad for you? There’s been so much negative hype lately behind GE (Genetically Engineered) foods and whether or not they are good or bad for you. Everywhere you look it’s all about good organic this and bad GMO…Read More

The Hypocrisy of Religion in Modern Society

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 17, 2014 | One Comment

Time to look at modern Catholics and Christians. If you have ever lived in or been to a church in a suburban community you’ll know exactly what I am talking about. That snobbery as though each person was holier than thou, the judging that happens…Read More

A Mind-Controlled Bionic Hand With Sense Of Touch

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 17, 2014

About 9 years ago 36 year old Dennis Aabo Sorensen from Denmark lost his left hand and some of his arm in a fireworks accident. Today, he is “feeling” objects again thanks to a robotic hand that is controlled by his mind and allows him the sense of…Read More

Importance of Science Education

By: Shelby Hawkins | February 13, 2014

At the root of the Bill Nye vs. Ken Ham debate we are faced with a question of what to teach our kids in school. Do we include both the scientifically sound and religious based faith viewpoint or just stick with the facts? Lets explore the implications of Ken Ham…Read More

A Skeptic’s Look Into The Pseudoscience Cryptozoology

By: Chris Munzenrider | February 13, 2014

Looking for fairy tale animals does not make you a scientist. There has been a renewed interest recently in the hunt for creatures like Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster, and the Chupacabra. Lots more people are excited about the possibilities of undiscovered…Read More