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Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – Lawrence Krauss featured on Q&A

You know what makes religion go away? Discussing it and teasing out how amazingly toxic it is for people in modern society. Where is the CBC on this media front? We in Canada desperately need a platform to talk about the tough issues that face our societies. Lawrence Krauss slams religion publicly and defends his . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – Lawrence Krauss featured on Q&A

Dead Wild Roses: The Common Sense of Cavemen – Lawrence Krauss

Lawrence Krauss makes an interesting point during this video about how we construct the reality around us. Consider the epistemological advantages of finding ideas and theories that fit the reality of the situation, as opposed to trying to shoehorn reality into our limited perception. Having all the answers is a dangerous condition because your actions, . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The Common Sense of Cavemen – Lawrence Krauss

Death By Trolley: Help Me Better Understand The Big Bang Theory

My understanding of the Big Bang Theory (BBT) is that approximately 13.77 billion years ago a certain singularity came into existence “with a bang”. It was incredibly – infinitely? – dense and small, and it exploded into existence. The explosion was the beginning of the expansion.

The Big Bang (BB) has been held to be . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: Help Me Better Understand The Big Bang Theory

Dead Wild Roses: The Future is Miserable – Lawrence Kruass

Hey you, yes you…lighten up, Lawrence Krauss is in the house. 🙂

Filed under: Atheism, Science Tagged: Atheism, Lawrence Krauss, Our Place in the Universe, Religion, Science

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