Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Help Atheist Bus Campaign

Yes, it is true!

Be a sponsor for the first atheist advert on a bus.

Help the campaign administering by The British Humanist Association and Professor Richard Dawkins.

Your donations will strengthen atheism and illuminate more people! [read more]


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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Coming Home

Art, creativity, evolution. And the result.

One of best artworks of the recent years in Deviantart.

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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Beyond Belief Conference: Science, Religion, Reason And Survival

This special 19 hour audio of The Science Network conference brings the amazing names such as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Michael Shermer, Steven Weinberg, Melvin J. Konner, Scott Atran, Owen Flanagan, Francisco Ayala together.

File size: 262 MB

Friday, October 10, 2008


How did life begin? Creationists say God did it but scientists' answer is not so simple but they are the ones who do the hard job to uncover the fact everytime.

Related to: The Big Question - How did life begin? by Harry Kroto

Michael Shermer Decodes the Bible Code

Are there any future predictions in the Bible as some scholars claimed? Can you find the references of Hitler's holocaust, the assassination of JFK in the Bible? Are these codes fingerprints of God? If you say YES to the all questions, then listen Michael Shermer.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Before the Dawn: Recovering the Lost History of Our Ancestors - Nicholas Wade (Audiobook)

In Before the Dawn, Nicholas Wade, science writer for the New York Times, traces our ancestral population’s unlikely prehistoric passage out of Africa through the Gate of Grief, eastward into Sunda and Sahul for some, northward into modern day Turkey and Iran for others. Mastery of language, pair mating, and a swiftly swelling intellect were among the crucial innovations that allowed humans to embark on this epic voyage, to overcome their aggressive hunter-gatherer past, and embrace a settled, cooperative, and civilized future.

[E-book version]

File size: 424 MB
Format: Unabridged/MP3, 80 kbps

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National Geographic: Guns, Germs, and Steel - Part 3: Into the Tropics

Third episode of Guns, Germs, and Steel.

Jared Diamond continues to explain his theories on how Africa where is full of natural resources has become the poorest continent on the Earth.

Other episodes: [1] [2]

File size: 701 MB


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Sunday, October 5, 2008

National Geographic: Guns, Germs, and Steel - Part 2: Conquest

Second episode of Gun, Germs, and Steel.

On November 15th 1532, the Spanish conquistadors met the Incan Emperor Atahualpa, in Peru.

Within a day most of the Incan soldiers were slaughtered and after that the Emperor surrendered.

How was that happened?

Did the war between horses and llamas bring the end of a civilization?
Other episodes: [1] [3]

File size: 676 MB

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