skeptics

What is newsworthy about Lawrence O’Donnell scoffing at “the end of the world”? Last week, Lawrence O’Donnell attempted to live up (or arguably down) to his Beck-bashing maestro predecessor Keith Olbermann by unleashing a litany about Bill O’Reilly, the word “hype”, Glenn Beck, the Bible

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Last year, I introduced my original idea for Luke Historians. But after an exciting year of expansive writing opportunities, I decided to modify the LH mission with the huge goal of eventually becoming a publishing and media company that explores the intersection of ideas. While

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“How do you gain protection against the dragon?  By naming the dragon.” – from The Hobbit Companion‘s analysis of the dragon Smaug in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit I’m a History major, and the history of science is one of my primary interests.  On a technical

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The history of science is one of my primary interests.  What constitutes science, how scientific opinion and data has changed or appeared, and what sort of influence the whole field of science has on culture, as well as vice versa.  Despite all its glory, science

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