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- Duelityâ€”side-by-side remix of evolution and creationism, or “You got your Christianity in my science! No, you got your science in my Christianity!” (via kottke.org)
- Covers for publications from The Familyâ€”wait for it… “You got your Christianity in my porn! No, you got your porn in my Christianity!”
- The Flashlightâ€”Domokun presents a wonderful allegory.
- Dueling Deitiesâ€”Why pick only one? Gotta catch ‘em all! (via Friendly Atheist)
- Mr. Deity and the Notes—”How about we take care of the scarring?”
- Mr. Deity and the Really Cheap Mealâ€””I loves me the virgins.”
- Challenging the Paramounce of Happinessâ€”Lynet puts some flesh on the shadows of my thoughts and doubts about utilitarianism. She also linked to the wonderful Ursula K. Le Guin short story The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas.
- Humanist Symposium 12
- Functional Neuroimaging of Belief, Disbelief, and Uncertaintyâ€”Sam Harris provides research indicating that our discernment between truth and falsehood may have more to do with the primitive brain than with higher brain functions.
- My Favorite Experiments: Bransford and Johnsonâ€”Chris explains a more modern theory of memory that makes more sense to me than the simplistic video-camera model that I’ve held for most of my life.
- Remember Thisâ€”National Geographic also delves into human memory with fascinating case studies of a 41-year-old woman who remembers every day of her life since age 11 and another man who remembers only “his most recent thought”.
- The Situation of Ideology – Part IIâ€”The Situationist describes how our situation influences our political ideology.