1. 5 Common Myths About Evolution

  2. Only football, can leave its fans feeling so dejected that they look like survivors of some natural disaster, weeping  over the loss of property and life.

    Only football, can leave its fans feeling so dejected that they look like survivors of some natural disaster, weeping  over the loss of property and life.

  3. Senor Iron Juan

  4. A Letter of Appeal to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office from the Washington Redskins

    A Letter of Appeal to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office from the Washington Redskins

  5. theworldsgame:

    Costa Rica has upset Uruguay, and nobody is happier about that than this man.

    Indeed! I was pleasantly surprised by the results of this game. Uruguay is know for the likes of Forlan, Cavani and Suarez. And after the first goal, it looked like the pressure of those excellent footballers, would wash over the Costa Rican’s like a massive wave. However, Costa Rica held their own and fought continuously.Then persistence paid off and Joel Campbell gave birth to the equalizer. And then from there Uruguay seemed to crumble.

    Typically, in games like this where one team is recognized as considerably stronger than their opponents, the weaker of the two is content to play a defensive game, but not Costa Rica. Excellent, excellent game.

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  6. Costa Rica Vs. Uruguay Google doodle. Love it.

    Costa Rica Vs. Uruguay Google doodle. Love it.

  7. kingjaffejoffer:

this gif makes me happy

    kingjaffejoffer:

    this gif makes me happy

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  8. This is certainly a fascinating find and I hope people pay attention to the fact that Dr. Irving Finkel refers to the Babylonian flood story, of which the story of Noah and his ark is believed to be one iteration of many. More importantly, the clay tablet describes the vessel which was used to survive the flood as being a coracle, which is a roundish vessel more common to that era and location. The idealized story of a boat which was some 300x50x30 cubits is nothing but mythology.

  9. For some reason, a significant segment of the U.S. population is determined to pass on the false notion that there is controversy when it comes to major scientific facts. The folks over at Slate created a nice graphic illustrating the states in the U.S. where school teachers are afforded some protection, via state law, when it comes to teaching the scientific “controversy”.

  10. Another day, another parent in the United States, worried that their precious, impressionable middle school child, will see the words sexual intercourse written down on a piece of paper, and be overcome by a wave of sexual desire, that would make them seek to hump every living thing within sight. 

    When will parents in this country come to terms with the fact their children need to be given pertinent information on how to navigate very obvious sexual landscape they live in. A world where teen sensations like Selena Gomez are singing, “When you ready, come and get it”. These are the same teen sensations that have their music branded as being appropriate for the young people.

    People like Mark Ellis need to realise that these kinds of curricular programs are necessary for the development of their children. I am willing to stake money that Ellis’s thirteen year old daughter would not receive any appropriate sex education, were it not for the school district’s efforts.

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