Thursday, December 30, 2010

George Carlin - It's Bad For Ya

If you have never watched any material by Carlin, be prepared! This thought-provoking and blasphemous stand-up show may be hard-candy for you. As a witty and sarcastic comedian, Carlin mentions different topics ranging from death, religion, god, kids, politics and nonsensical habits and applications of the modern society. If you want to think, not just laugh, it's good for ya!

File Name ..........: George.Carlin.Its.Bad.For.Ya.2008.TV.DVDRiP.XviD-iNTiMiD.avi
Total Size (MB) ....: 699,67 MB
Video Length .......: 01:08:59




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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

BBC Horizon - The Blind Watchmaker (Better Quality)

I had posted The Blind Watchmaker documentary a long time ago, but this one has a better quality.

File Name ..........: BBC - Horizon - 1987 - The Blind Watch Maker (Richard Dawkins,1987).avi
Total Size (MB) ....: 655,67 MB
Video Length .......: 00:47:35

http://www.ulozto.net/xntiFU2b/bbc-horizon-1987-the-blind-watch-maker-richard-dawkins-1987-avi

Sunday, December 26, 2010

BBC - How Science Changed Our World

Robert Winston picks ten of the most important scientific advances of our time and shows how they effect our daily lives. These are: The contraceptive pill, microchips, MRI, the laser, bionics, World Wide Web, evidence for the Big Bang, decoding the genome, stem cell research and In Vitro Fertilisation.


File Name ..........: BBC.How.Science.Changed.Our.World.HDTV.x264.AC3.MVGroup.org.mkv
Run-Time: 59mins
Part Size: 1.73 GB
Subtitles .......: English (Merged)

http://ulozto.net/xf1D6gTd/bbc-how-science-changed-our-world-hdtv-x264-ac3-mvgroup-org-mkv

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Atheist Pictures and Cartoons [Xmas Pack]



A new collection which contains 150 images! Happy holidays!

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

File size: 19 MB

http://www61.zippyshare.com/v/4394149/file.html

Samples:




Nicholas was... - Neil Gaiman



A fantastic adaptation of Neil Gaiman's poem: "Nicholas was..."

Monday, December 20, 2010

Flying Spaghetti Monster Song

Murmurs of Earth - The Voyager Interstellar Record



In 1977, Voyager spacecraft was launched with the Voyager Golden Records which contain sounds, music, and images from all over the world. The content of the records were selected by Carl Sagan and his colleagues. Now, like a time capsule, these records are roaming beyond our Solar System, and this rare CD gives you an opportunity to see and listen the contents.

IN MEMORY OF CARL SAGAN (DECEMBER 20, 1996)

Related to: NASA Voyager Recordings - Symphonies Of The Planets

File size: 176 MB | Format: MP3 | Bitrate: 192 kbps




http://www.fileserve.com/file/Xr3uGX8


http://hotfile.com/dl/90591565/6dbd1ad/Murmurs.of.Earth.rar.html


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QBGBJCJU

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Galileo's Finger: The Ten Great Ideas of Science - P. W. Atkins

This beautifully written but at times overly ambitious book illustrates both the possibilities and the limitations of science popularizations. Chemistry professor Atkins examines the epochal ideas of science, including evolution, the role of DNA in heredity, entropy, the atomic structure of matter, symmetry, wave-particle duality, the expansion of the universe and the curvature of spacetime. Exploring the history of these concepts from the ancient Greeks onward, the chapters amount to case studies in the power of the Galilean paradigm of the "isolation of the essentials of a problem," and mathematical theorizing disciplined by real-world experiment, as humanity's understanding moves from armchair speculation and observational lore to testable theories of great explanatory power. Amazon

The chapters:

Evolution: The Emergence of Complexity
DNA: The Rationalization of Biology
Energy: The Universalization of Accountancy
Entropy: The Spring of Change
Atoms: The Reduction of Matter
Symmetry: The Quantification of Beauty
Quanta: The Simplification of Understanding
Cosmology: The Globalization of Reality
Spacetime: The Arena of Action
Arithmetic: The Limits of Reason

File size: 33 MB
Format: djvu

http://www43.zippyshare.com/v/61402188/file.html
or
http://ulozto.net/xPT6oE7K/peter-atkins-galileos-finger-rar

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Atheist Christmas Coloring Book


Designed for rational families. Superstition free!

File size: 1 MB

http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/72017470/file.html

Jesus - The Revenge



The Last Supper scene is my favorite.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Richard Dawkins Speaking at Duke University



Richard Dawkins' lecture held at Duke University on October 3rd, 2010.

Download the full lecture [337 MB]:

http://www.fileserve.com/file/MXsgrCA


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=95AUYWWR

Creation Revisited - P. W. Atkins

"Readin Atkins' book is rather like a surfboard...an exhilarating ride."
—Nature

The author of The Creation returns to take a fresh look at the great questions of our existence and to tackle the unapproachable with a firm belief that an essential simplicity underlies the apparent complexity of all existence. Amazon

Who is P. W. Atkins?
Atkins is a well-known atheist and supporter of many of Richard Dawkins' ideas. He has written and spoken on issues of humanism, atheism, and what he sees as the incompatibility between science and religion. According to Atkins, whereas religion scorns the power of human comprehension, science respects it. Wikipedia

File size: 3.94 MB
Format: djvu

http://www46.zippyshare.com/v/93541205/file.html
or
http://ulozto.net/xzchpvXu/pw-atkins-creation-revisited-rar

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Friday, December 3, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christopher Hitchens vs Tony Blair - Religion Debate



I ripped off the full debate held in Toronto on November, 26. IMHO Tony Blair's arguments were pretty weak and he has lack of knowledge. I appreciate Christopher Hitchens' endeavour to spread the voice of reason to the mass under the circumstances.

Transcript here


File size: 263 MB


http://www.fileserve.com/file/rpckDr5


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OYOPCDPR
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