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Fly Me to the Muezzin

Fly Me to the Muezzin

by Austin Dacey
Circumnavigations
August 2, 2010

NASA sent a probe to "the Muslim world," but are its lenses fogged up?

Tributes to Steve Schneider

Tributes to Steve Schneider

by Kendrick Frazier, Thomas R. Casten
August 2, 2010

Noted climate scientist Stephen H. Schneider of Stanford University died July 19, 2010, of an apparent heart attack while traveling in London.

The Amaz!ng Meeting

The Amaz!ng Meeting

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
July 23, 2010

Those who self-identify as skeptics know that TAM is an acronym for The Amaz!ng Meeting, hosted by James "The Amaz!ng" Randi

Anti-Witchcraft Campaign Continues at CFI Kenya

Anti-Witchcraft Campaign Continues at CFI Kenya

by George Ongere
July 19, 2010

Witchcraft belief still poses a great threat in Africa.

The  Twilight Saga: Eclipse

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
July 7, 2010

A bad script, a case of sequel-itis, and acting of an eye-rolling quality made wish someone would do me the merciful act of shooting me with a silver bullet

Test Tube Diplomacy

Test Tube Diplomacy

by Austin Dacey
Circumnavigations
July 2, 2010

The Obama administration has put science and technology at the forefront of U.S. “engagement with the Muslim world.” Will it work?

Embiggen Books Bookshop

Embiggen Books Bookshop

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
June 29, 2010

Warren Bonett is the proprietor of the Embiggen Books Bookshop in Noosaville, Queensland, in northeast Australia, a bookshop devoted to rationalism and science.

Jonah Hex

Jonah Hex

by LaRae Meadows
Voice in the Dark (theater)
June 29, 2010

Since the writers of Jonah Hex didn’t find it necessary to give me a reason to care about Jonah or the story, I won’t be bothered to do so, either.

A Tale of Two Internets

by Barrett Brown
All Info All Ways
June 29, 2010

it is extraordinarily likely that some large segment of the general population hase vastly increased their knowledge and skepticism.

Football Gazing: Sports and Superstitions in South Africa

Football Gazing: Sports and Superstitions in South Africa

by Karen Stollznow
The Good Word
June 22, 2010

Sometimes a lucky t-shirt isn’t enough to win the game…

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