Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Music For The Mozart Effect: Volume 1 - Strengthen the Mind


Improve your mind listening the music (The Mozart Effect theory is controversial though) of the pure genius.

Also this collection consists of brilliant and very strong pieces of Mozart. Enjoy the power of classical music.

Highly recommended!

File Size: 230 MB


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Britannica Illustrated Science Library 2009


A visual 16 volume science library.

Not for just kids or students, this enormous encyclopedia will captivate all science lovers with detailed and vivid graphics. Search through physical, biological and geological sciences.

The 16 volumes contain:
Rocks and Minerals
Volcanoes and Earthquakes
Weather and Climate
Evolution and Genetics
Plants, Algae and Fungi
Fish and Amphibians
Reptiles and Dinosaurs
Human Body 01
Human Body 02
Energy and Movement
Space Exploration

File Size: 296 MB


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IQ Puzzles


This mind-bending, entertaining and sometimes baffling test of your mental powers is a sure-fire winner. Arranged in levels of ascending difficulty, the puzzles pose a range of problems that will stretch your skills and sharpen your thinking. This is the perfect book for every puzzle fan who wants to push their IQ to limit.

Related to: The Ultimate IQ Test Book

File Size: 7 MB


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Happy New Year!

Atheist Movies reached 100000 hits! Thank you for all support and kind comments...

As you know, I'll give you some presents again. Check them out after that post! :)

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Religulous (2008)


I proudly present the long-waited Bill Maher's Religulous.

Maher travels all around the world and argues with people about God and religion.

He goes to Creationist Museum and Holy Land Theme Park, talks to truckers at a Truckers' Chapel and meets the man claiming that he is the second coming of Christ, Muslim rapper who hates the Jews, ex-gay pastor who married with a lesbian and more...

Very funny and sometimes very clever moments wait for you!

Merry Christmas! :)


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Monday, December 22, 2008

God, the Devil, and Darwin: A Critique of Intelligent Design Theory - Niall Shanks, Richard Dawkins

Intelligent Design ‘‘theory’’ is pernicious nonsense which needs to be neutralized before irreparable damage is done to American education. Niall Shanks’s book is a shrewd broadside in what will, I fear, be a lengthy campaign. It will not change the minds of the wedgies themselves. Nothing will do that, especially in cases where, as Shanks astutely realizes, the perceived moral, social, and political implications of a theory are judged more important than the truth of that theory. But this book will sway readers who are genuinely undecided and honestly curious. And, perhaps more importantly, it should stiffen the resolve of demoralized biology teachers, struggling to do their duty by the children in their care but threatened and intimidated by aggressive parents and school boards. Richard Dawkins

File Size: 1,67 MB
Format: pdf

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Sam Harris - The View from the End of the World (Audio)

This is an audio record from Sam Harris' Seminar About Long-term Thinking.

Total Duration: 1 hour 21 minutes
Total MP3 Size: 18,9 MB

Santa vs God

Comparing Santa and God.

By Unreasonable Faith

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Bible Unmasked - Joseph Lewis

From the author of The Tyranny of God

"This book is dedicated in all seriousness to rabbis, priests and ministers, in the hope that it may bring them to realize the fraud they are perpetrating by preaching the Bible as the Word of God, and as a moral and intellectual guide for the human race." Joseph Lewis.

Joseph Lewis, founder of the Freethought Press Association, criticizes and reveals the truth behind the Bible according to the verses and passages in this enlightening work.

Related to: Atheist Universe: The Thinking Person's Answer to Christian Fundamentalism

File Size: 562 KB


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Letting Go of God - Julia Sweeney (Audiobook)

Julia Sweeney says she was a "happy Catholic girl" when, one day, she walked into church and signed up for a Bible-study course. "What an eye opener that was!" she says. "Next thing you know, I was on a quest for something I could really believe in. I traveled to places like Bhutan, Ecuador, and my local Starbucks looking for answers. Would I embrace Buddhism? New Age pseudo-science? Was I a freak for feeling the way I did, or were there other people out there just like me? I was grappling with serious questions. But, somehow, a lot of the things that were happening to me seemed, well, funny." Equally comedic and insightful, Letting Go of God is Sweeney's brilliant one-woman show about her struggle with her faith. Grappling with the seeming contradictions in Adam and Eve, Noah, the Ten Commandments, and even the teachings of Jesus - and trying to understand the Bible's messages about morality, family values, and human suffering while faced with door-knocking Mormons and wise-cracking priests - Sweeney takes listeners on her very personal journey from God to "not-God". This performance was recorded on November 19, 2005, at the Ars Nova Theatre in New York City. Amazon

P.S. Thanks to TJS

File Size: 56 MB

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Sunday, December 14, 2008

BBC Horizon - God on the Brain

Religious visions, hearing voices, seeing the light and vision of God... Are these a product of some brain disorder? Does religious faith really effect the brain? What happens when we see sexually loaded and religious words? Mystic persons or prophets like Moses were just epileptic? Join the scientific search and the magnetic field experiment of Richard Dawkins too.

File Size: 117 MB

PrayerMAX 5000™ Commercial

Prayer Booth ( is real, however this one is humor.

Evolution of Homer Simpson

An opening sequence from The Simpsons.

Related to: Homer Simpson Proves There is No God in The Formula

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Irreligion: A Mathematician Explains Why the Arguments for God Just Don't Add Up - John Allen Paulos

Few of the recent books on atheism have been worth reading just for wit and style, but this is one of them: Paulos is truly funny. Despite the title, the Temple University math professor doesn't actually discuss mathematics much, which will be a relief to any numerically challenged readers who felt intimidated by his previous book Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences. In this short primer (just the gist with an occasional jest), Paulos tackles 12 of the most common arguments for God, including the argument from design, the idea that a moral universality points to a creator God, the notion of first causes and the argument from coincidence, among others. Along the way, he intersperses irreverent and entertaining little chapterlets that contain his musings on various subjects, including a rather hilarious imagined IM exchange with God that slyly parodies Neale Donald Walsch's Conversations with God. Why does solemnity tend to infect almost all discussions of religion? Paulos asks, clearly bemoaning the dearth of humor. This little book goes a long way toward correcting the problem, and provides both atheists and religious apologists some digestible food for thought along the way. Publishers Weekly

P.S. Thanks to T.G.

File Size: 9 MB
Format: pdf

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Saturday, December 13, 2008

The Voyage of the Beagle - Charles Darwin (Audiobook)

Many people who have "planned" to read The Voyage of the Beagle and been deterred by its length and scientific aspects will find the answer here in a carefully and skillfully abridged edition, cut to half the length, which gives the continuity of text, Darwin's own words, and the observations and episodes that make it memorable as a human document. Here is a classic, the record of an enquiring mind seeking scientific truth. Here is evident the growth of the man. An introductory biography places the importance of this trip in Darwin's life; introductory bits for each chapter provide an analysis of the voyage and its scientific meaning along with the actual text. This work is significant in view of additional material available in the last 35 years, much of it Darwin's own writings, but hitherto unpublished in book form. A bibliography provides not only original sources but additional material for study. Amazon

File size: 528 MB
Format: MP3, 74 kbps/Unabridged

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David Bowie & Trent Reznor - I'm Afraid of Americans


One of my favorite David Bowie songs featuring Trent Reznor, the mastermind of Nine Inch Nails and also lyrics by great musician Brian Eno.


P.S. It's possible to see the God at the end of the video!

Also Watch: Nine Inch Nails - Heresy (Blind)

Monday, December 8, 2008

Penn & Teller: Bullshit! - The Bible: Fact or Fiction? (feat. Michael Shermer)

Penn & Teller show the inaccuracies and impossibilities of the Bible and tell that why is that a work of fiction in this very funny episode, although the humor comes from the nature of the subject!

Also one of the guests is Michael Shermer.

File size: 243 MB

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Penn & Teller: Bullshit! - Creationism

Bullshit! is hosted by famous comedians Penn & Teller debunking pseudoscientific ideas, paranormal and supernatural phenomena etc. in their show.

In this episode they examine the scientific validity (or lack thereof) of creationism and intelligent design.

Have fun!

File size: 244 MB

Friday, December 5, 2008

Hell's Angel: Mother Teresa of Calcutta by Christopher Hitchens

Mother Teresa. Symbolic figure of humility and goodness. The holy saviour of the poors. This Nobel Peace Prize winner lady can be a grim zealot? Author of God is Not Great and The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice, Christopher Hitchens shows the real face of a demogogue fraud behind her innocent mask.

PS I've joined Youtube clips into a single file.

File Size: 66 MB

BBC - God Under The Microscope

In this BBC program, Richard Dawkins and some other important names discuss ideas of science and religion.

Shot in Brno, the program explores the relationship between science, religion and the pursuit of knowledge. In the first part, scientist and author Richard Dawkins challenges the role of religion and explains his views on the value of scientific research. He also talks to Dr James Watson, one of the scientists involved in the discovery of the structure of DNA. In the second, filmed in the library of Gregor Mendel's monastery, Joan Bakewell hosts a discussion between Dawkins, Roman Catholic priest and scientist Michael Heller, philosopher Baroness Mary Warnock, theologian Wentzel van Huyssteen and historian Dr David Starkey.

PS The videos were found on Youtube and converted to a single AVI file.

File size: 111 MB

Why Sex Matters: A Darwinian Look at Human Behavior - Bobbi S. Low

Sex differences, Low says, are central to our lives. Are they genetically programmed or the result of social traditions? "New research ... supports the perhaps unsettling view that men and women have indeed evolved to behave differently." The differences arise from "the fundamental principle of evolutionary biology, that all living organisms have evolved to seek and use resources to enhance their reproductive success." Low, a professor of resource ecology at the University of Michigan, develops her argument through examinations of genetics, primate societies, and human behavior past and present. Then she asks a haunting question. Have we, simply by doing well what we have evolved to do, "changed the rules so that now it may even be detrimental to 'strive' to our utmost abilities?" It seems likely, she says, "that we will face new problems as growing, and increasingly consumptive, human populations interact with environmental ... stability." Scientific American

File Size: 4 MB
Format: pdf

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Atheist Pictures and Cartoons

343 atheism, absurdity of religions and creationism related pictures and cartoons. You can use them on your blogs or forums as avatar etc.

Other packs: [1] - [2] - [3] - [4] - [Rapture] - [Xmas] - [Xmas 2]

File Size: 28 MB


Thursday, December 4, 2008

The Pagan Christ (2007)

There are 2.1 billion Christians on the planet – roughly one third of the entire human population. At the heart of their religion is the New Testament and the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. To Christianity, the written word is the glue that binds the faith of its followers.

So, what if it could be proven that Jesus never existed? What if there was evidence that every word of the New Testament – the cornerstone of Christianity – is based on myth and metaphor?

Based on Tom Harpur’s national bestseller, The Pagan Christ examines these very questions. During his research, Harpur discovered that the New Testament is wholly based on Egyptian mythology, that Jesus Christ never lived, and that – indeed – the text was always meant to be read allegorically. It was the founders of the Church who duped the world into taking a literal approach to the scriptures. And, according to Harpur, this was their fatal error – and the very reason Christianity is struggling today.

Related to: The God Who Wasn't There

File Size: 554 MB

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Richard Dawkins - The Selfish Gene (Audiobook)

Dawkins' first book and a good example of popular science writing Selfish Gene is in audiobook format now. The book read by a computer generated voice. So don't expect amazing quality.

The actual version is here:
[The Selfish Gene: 30th Anniversary Edition]

Monday, December 1, 2008

Richard Dawkins - The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing

Edited by best-selling author and renowned scientist Richard Dawkins, this sterling collection brings together exhilarating pieces by a who's who of scientists and science writers, including Stephen Pinker, Stephen Jay Gould, Martin Gardner, Albert Einstein, Julian Huxley, and many dozens more. Readers will find excerpts from bestsellers such as Douglas R. Hofstadter's Godel, Escher, Bach, Francis Crick's Life Itself, Loren Eiseley's The Immense Journey, Daniel Dennett's Darwin's Dangerous Idea, and Rachel Carson's The Sea Around Us.

A must-read volume for all science buffs, The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing is a rich and vibrant anthology that captures the poetry and excitement of scientific thought and discovery. Amazon

File size: 2.8 MB
Format: pdf

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