Monthly Archives: February 2010

Rewriting the 10 Commandments

With all of the talk from many people on the religious right, I have thought many times about what would I say are the 10 most important rules or laws that society should live by. Obviously those like Pat Robertson, … Continue reading

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Relationship with jebus…

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Quote Of The Moment

“Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly.” – Albert “Skippy” … Continue reading

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The first week of my reign

The following is a slightly edited version of my side of a conversation I had the other night on facebook with a friend… Life would be so much better if I was in charge of things in the world… Day … Continue reading

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Dear Sarah Palin… Respectfully, fuck you!!!

And for those who find this joke offensive or in bad taste, honestly I don’t care… You’re free to leave me a comment letting me know you think I’m an ass, but don’t expect me to give a shit.

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An Open Question For Believers

This is a question I have often had for believers, but I’ve never really gotten a straight answer. If you believe that people can talk to god (like Moses, Noah, etc) and/or jesus after his death (the apostles, Paul, etc) … Continue reading

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Leverage – The Future Job

What is Leverage is the first question you should ask. Well it’s a decent enough TV show from TNT. Each episode is essentially Ocean’s 11 in 40 minutes on a weekly basis. It’s not groundbreaking television by any stretch of … Continue reading

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Some Treatments Just Don’t Work – But doctors use them anyway. The case for evidence-based medicine.

It’s always great to see science, evidence, and critical thinking make it’s way into the main stream… [Originally posted at: Newsweek] In for a dime, in for a dollar, my father always said—so since I already have what seems like … Continue reading

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inFact… with Brian Dunning

Do you find yourself sometimes questioning claims but not knowing where to look for the correct information? Do you think that the best way to learn is through evidence, and not anecdotes? Do you have a few minutes to kill … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Moment

“Computers are incredibly fast, accurate, and stupid. Human beings are incredibly slow, inaccurate, and brilliant. Together they are powerful beyond imagination.” – Albert “Skippy” Einstein As a computer programmer, this one has even more meaning for me…

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