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Offline DL

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hey [#817]
« on: December 16, 2008, 12:31:45 PM »

i just love your videos. i'd love that everyone would share the same ideas as we do :D

would you mind making more?

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Re: hey [#817]
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2008, 08:55:25 PM »
That's great to hear!  Don't worry though, I'm confident the authors will be making more videos in the future.

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Re: hey [#817]
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2008, 10:09:49 PM »
Here's some other videos and audio programs to chew on in the meantime;

* YouTube Video channels;

* Atheism blogs;

* TV programs; -- TV program out of Austin TX with many back episodes

* Audio;

NOTE: RSS feeds are linked below unless otherwise specified.  Use a 'podcatcher' or RSS reader or feedreader to subscribe and get the programs.

Radio Lab ... look at the old episodes as well

* Specifically: Memory, morality, 'this is your brain on love', sleep....

This Week in Science ... won an award recently

The Onion ... because it's The Onion

Brain Science ... an owner's manual

Science Magazine

Nature ... has a podcast

60 second science (Scientific American) ... NOT RSS; pick a feed

Scam School ... simple magic and tricks; Quicktime feed; visit R3 for other options

Dogma Free America ... because dogma makes you CrAZy!

The Non-Prophets ... radio from the folks who do the Atheist Experience TV

Dan Carlin's feeds.  The history feed is interesting, the current events feed is highly opinionated; may not be for you.

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History

Common Sense with Dan Carlin  (current events)
Smart people believe weird things because they are skilled at defending beliefs they arrived at for non-smart reasons. --Michael Shermer

The history of religion is a long attempt to reconcile old custom with new reason, to find a sound theory for an absurd practice.  --Sir James George Frazer