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Fun: Scooby Doo and the Silly Skeptics

Here: In “Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island,” the gang encounters real zombies and ghosts for the first time. But Fred explains away the evidence by appealing to increasingly absurd naturalistic explanations. In the end, even Fred recognizes that his explanations simply can’t account for the facts. Atheists often call themselves “skeptics.” But when we consider the […]

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Babylon Bee: Bill Nye To Dress Up As Real Scientist For Halloween

From the Babylon Bee: ENCINO, CA—Speaking to reporters Tuesday, television personality Bill Nye announced his plans to spend the evening of Halloween roaming his upscale Los Angeles neighborhood dressed as an actual scientist. “I’ve always wanted to be a real scientist, and I have the perfect costume,” said Nye, best known for playing the title role […]

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Spoof: March for Science Exposed

From a prankster (“Viva da Nada”) at “CMM News”: … Bill Nye the science guy was not actually present for this broadcast. Bennetville, California, has been a ghost town since 1890. No liberals were harmed in the making of this film. More. Friends find it heavy-handed; I (O’Leary for News) would send the latter half […]

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Richard Dawkins needs to lie down

No, really. See this: PLEASE read https://t.co/vEUBmgqcwL Terrifying. Sinister social-media bots read minds & manipulate votes. Explains mystery of Trump & Brexit — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) February 27, 2017 Dawkins now appears to be channelling persons who cannot handle the new non-gatekeeper world of online media, who think it must all be a big plot […]

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The intelligent design of beer

Before we get back to our sober coverage, from Ewen Callaway at Scientific American: Geneticists have traced the history of beer’s most important ingredient: yeast. By sequencing the genomes of nearly 200 modern strains of brewer’s yeast, the research reveals how, over hundreds of years, humans transformed the wild fungus Saccharomyces cerevisiae into a variety […]