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Go to: Jessica "Evil Little Thing" Ahlquist on CNN

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Clear, concise, yes very impressive. Maybe the results of having reason to back her up instead of belief. Whatever it is, she certainly has a strong foundation and a very bright future.

Mon, 27 Feb 2012 03:58:34 UTC | #922323

Go to: Biology test omits creation theory, complains Kentucky educator

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"God who is ;bigger than all of us."

Reminds me of that Python prayer that starts like this

Oh God. You are so big.

Wow though, those poor kids in Kentucky. How did this guy get his credentials?

Wed, 14 Dec 2011 23:59:33 UTC | #899048

Go to: Protest Michigan’s green light on religious bullying

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Sjoerd @4 Or how about the deeply held moral belief that religion is poison.

Sat, 05 Nov 2011 21:54:27 UTC | #887689

Go to: [Update 5 Nov -Q&A added to “The Video”]The video! (Jerry Coyne & John Haught)

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I finally had time to listen. Like most of you I found jerry Coyne to be well prepared and spot -on the subject. Me thinks Mr. Dr.? haught was more embarrassed for his poor performance. I think Dr. haught found himself ill prepared for a robust discussion. But recognizably Dr. haught is one of the top tiered theologians and this may be their last best presentation. Well done Jerry.

Sat, 05 Nov 2011 17:21:01 UTC | #887618

Go to: Can Our Species Escape Destruction?

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I suggest that since mankind can inhabit every known niche of earth, including space and beneath the waves. We not only survive but, and here is the clincher, those who survive will thrive. It is unlikely that we as a people will get much beyond a few billion more without a catastrophic collapse of societies due to natural disasters including major epidemics.

Tue, 25 Oct 2011 04:19:11 UTC | #883854

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