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A brilliant Nobel-winning skeptic

Screen Shot 2022 08 17 at 3.00.02 PM A brilliant Nobel-winning skeptic

The coming weekend is the death anniversary of someone who is my all-time favorite teen in history. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was born in 1910 in Lahore (now Pakistan) where his father was an Indian railway official. His uncle was physicist C.V. Raman, who won a Nobel Prize. In that era, white dwarf stars had newly been […]

The flag is risen

Jeff Mollet The flag is risen

America was not founded as a Christian country. The Founding Fathers were actually deeply concerned about the establishment of a national religion. They witnessed the evils of religious persecution under the King of England and recognized government-established religion as one of the many tools of oppression favored by tyrannical regimes. It is why the Establishment […]

Let’s stand up for critical thinking 

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Critical thinking is defined as the ability to analyze information objectively and make a reasoned judgment. The process involves looking at facts and data, making observations, and delving into research findings — as well as discussing this process with peers. Critical thinking can often come about when fresh information is presented that causes you to […]