05 May 2013

Link round-up for 5 May 2013

Have a giggle at the ten stupidest Islamic terrorists.

Real scientists visit the Creation Museum (found via Lady Atheist).

Mario Piperni has a round-up of cartoons on the Bush library.  The fountain design should definitely be this.

People kill people, but guns help.

This homeless guy came up with an interesting religion test.

Budget-cutting and hard economic times mean an explosion of wage abuse (found via Crooks and Liars).

This looks like a movie to watch out for.

Here's a difference between top liberal and conservative media people.

Republic of Gilead looks at those who are fighting back against the War on Women.

You're not imagining things -- some right wingers really do hate the environment.

Ground turkey, yum!

Never forget, never forgive.

The meat industry has a new gimmick to prevent exposure of its abuses.

If you're elderly, watch out for scams like this (the phone numbers may be just for Ohio, but no doubt other states have something similar).

No, the US military is not persecuting Christians (found via Republic of Gilead).

The junior anti-sex league gets its panties in a twist at UCLA.

Ron Paul's new think tank is a nest of defenders of tyranny.

Even with economic recovery, the wealth gap grows.

The West, TX explosion was a case of regulatory failure, part of a broader pattern.

Here are some pictures from the Beltane fire festival in Scotland.

Check out the stunning nautilus house of Mexico City.

Apologists for religious craziness abet the harassment of an activist.

Would you have the guts to do what Imad Iddine Habib did?

Check out these photos of modern walled cities.

Enjoy the ecosystem, while it's still here.

PZ Myers takes on the "aquatic ape hypothesis" (found via Lady Atheist).

Danish research works toward a cure for AIDS.


Blogger Ahab said...

The nautilus house was gorgeous!

05 May, 2013 14:01  
Anonymous Blurber said...

Dawkins & Krauss always seem to be able to come up with a good response right away. When I argue religious issues I always think of my best answers the next day.

06 May, 2013 14:31  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Ahab: Inspiring, isn't it?

Blurber: I bet their opponents never come up with a "point" they haven't heard a dozen times already.

07 May, 2013 17:03  

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