OK so my twins are almost 4, but that doesn’t stop me being proud when they make what appears to be good causal connections about the world around them. In this case, looking closely at a dinosaur boo, this is what happened. I was busy getting dressed and ready for work; I was impatiently in a hurry.
I have posted this some time back. If you don’t mind Aussie swearing, then watch this diamond piece of comedy:
Had to add this one, as it is a point I often make:
My book, The Little Book of Unholy Questions, is a cumulative case against God (the Judeo-Christian version predominantly, but not exclusively) and it includes a number of chapters on different topics. I will include the last questions in the book before I sum up there. These questions are by an large irreverent. But actually, many do pack a punch, if you tease out what they can lead to.
Some of you the other side of the Atlantic may not know that the Gulf Stream which predominantly dictates weather as it pushes systems from North and Central America over to Europe, has been stuck. For months. This has meant the cold air from the North American weather issues has met warmer air from Southern Europe and Africa, swirling and causing muchos rain. A lot of rain. For two months. Britain has been in the throes of severe flooding, attacked from internal rain and mental seas and tides.
Dilbert doing philosophy. Good stuff! Particularly the last one!
My book on the nativity accounts of Jesus, The Nativity: A Critical Examination, seems to have found itself amongst company of…
Mwah! This made me laugh: To the citizens of the United States of America from Her Sovereign Majesty Queen…
Tim Minchin is a genius. Everyone knows this. But to add to his vast plethora of achievements, the acceptance of…
Over my head like a large marquee, but genius nonetheless: And while you are at it: [H/T Neil Webber]
H/T Reasonably Faithless:
Brilliant. I heartily chortled!
For sheets and giggles. I absolutely love the next one. Andy Schuler sent me this one – this must be…
I went to see local fellow skeptic at Portsmouth Skeptics in the Pub the other night. Crispian Jago has a great blog called Reason Stick and is fairly famous for some of the images that he has created, some of which I have tweeted and blogged. Here are a few below: