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Video Archive

The "God Helmet" Can Give You Near-Death and Out-of-Body Experiences [video, 5 min.]
Last Week Tonight: confederate flag [video, 5 min.]

Faith is a Delusion (produced for the deaf) [video, 11 min.]
Christians: Before You Lose Your Mind Over Gay Marriage [video, 10 min.]

People Planning On Moving To Canada Because Of The Supreme Court Decision [video, 1 min.]
The march of marriage equality [video, 2 min.]
News Archive

30 Jun California Assembly approves one of the toughest mandatory vaccination laws in the nation
30 Jun A G7 Report Says Climate Change Can Fuel Political Upheaval Like Civil Wars
29 Jun Rise in Carbon Dioxide Could Restrict Growing Days for Crops
29 Jun Antonin Scalia Dissent In Marriage Equality Case Is Even More Unhinged Than You'd Think
28 Jun Climate change poses catastrophic risk to human health
28 Jun July 1: Possession and Home Cultivation of Marijuana Becomes Legal in Oregon for Adults

OpEd Archive

The religious right's big lie about the founding of America by Steven K. Green
Republican Religious Fanatics Pose A Much Bigger Threat To Our Country Than ISIS by Allen Clifton
Churches are using creepy facial recognition technology to track congregants — here's why by Valerie Tarico
The Republican War on Vegetables by Lindsay Abrams
Marriage Equality Won! Next Steps in the Fight for LGBTQ Liberation by Caitlin Breedlove
Pornucopia by Maria Konnikova


Something to Think About:

You must have a reason, I think, for yourself and for others as to why you are skeptical. These things are not likely to be true; therefore, you need proof of them. We're not required to prove a negative; we can't do that. I can't prove telepathy doesn't exist. I remember getting a question years ago. A lady stood up in the audience and said, "Can you prove to me that ESP doesn't exist?" I said, "No, I can't." She sat down with her arms folded and replied "Ah ha." That was a victory for her. I went on to explain that I can't prove a negative. My question is, "Do you believe in it?" She said, "Absolutely." I asked if she could prove that it is so. She said, "Well, I'm quite convinced of it." "That's not my question," I responded. "Can you prove that it is so? You're the one making the claim."

--James Randi



Religion & History


The Dark Bible
  The Bible describes God as wrathful, jealous and scatological. These quotes show the pornographic, atrocious, and questionable moral verses from the KJV Bible.


Should we admire Jesus?
  Does the character Jesus in the Gospels merit the admiration that so many have bestowed upon him? The Bible's own words throw doubt on the workable morality of the alleged Jesus "the Christ."


Did a historical Jesus exist?
  Did a historical Jesus actually live? All accounts of him come from hearsay writings, non-contemporary sources, forgeries, and beliefs. No good evidence exists for the god-man.


Martin Luther's dirty little book
  Few Protestants realize the venom and hatred that Martin Luther spewed toward the Jews. In 1543, Luther wrote a book titled "On the Jews and their lies."


Problems with Creationism
  A refutation to an argument from Design from a Christian Creationist. Inconsistencies derived from illogic, faith and a lack of evidence have produced an unworkable hypothesis about a universe invented by a Designer (God).


Hitler's Christianity

Hitler acted like Christians of the past and present. His actions agree with many God ordained horrors of the Bible. These articles use Hitler's own words to prove his Christianity and shows how the Churches supported Hitler's regime.


Thomas Jefferson on Christianity
  Although Jefferson supported freedom of religion he did not believe in the superstitions of Christianity. A few quotes from Thomas Jefferson on Christianity and the Bible.


The United States of America is not, in any sense founded on the Christian religion
  Religious Right groups have dishonestly attempted to rewrite history by claiming the U.S. government derived from Christianity. This simply does not hold to the historical evidence. Example: the Treaty of Tripoli explicitly reveals, in a lawful document, the intentions of our Founding Fathers.


History to consider
  U.S. currency originally never used the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST." The original Pledge of Allegiance never mentioned "God." How the Christians stole Christmas and Easter, and more.


Problems with Islam
  Articles from ex-Muslims that show how the character of Islam involves violence, corruption, tyranny, poverty, and illiteracy.

Science & Philosophy


The problems with beliefs
Does rational thinking require beliefs at all? These articles suggest that one need not own any beliefs to establish scientific facts, or to live a fulfilling moral life.


List of common fallacies
  A list and brief description of the most common logical fallacies.


Understanding E-Prime
  English without the use of essence words like "is" and "be" helps clarify what we wish to explain. E-Prime provides a linguistic tool for scientists and rationalists.


Freethinking about finances
  If you wish to live free, you will need the financial means to allow you to control your life.


A history of the knowledge of atoms
  An epistemological look at the models and theories about the atom that scientists have used to explain and understand the working of the atomic nature of matter.


Speculations: Does Light Exist Between Events?
  An examination of the claims of the existential nature of light.


Death and Time Traveling

If you want to get to the far future, you have to die. Speculations on time travel and how to do it


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