Science Sundays

On most Sundays I’ll post a review of the scientific literature, picking one journal article I find interesting, summarizing it, critiquing it, and discussing it. These will not always address religious ideas or atheism. Instead, they will also address a wide range of research topics from any field. Even though this is an atheist themed blog, I value the pursuit of knowledge above most other things.

  1. Religion and Substance Abuse – 25 January 2015
  2. Atheism and Anger – 1 February 2015
  3. Kamikaze Typhoon Research – 8 February 2015
  4. Secular Authorities and Distrust of Atheists – 15 February 2015
  5. Teaching Evolution and Moral Panic – 22 February 2015
  6. The Rise of Religiously Unaffiliated Americans – 1 March 2015
  7. Stem Cells and Parkinson’s Disease – 8 March 2015
  8. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 1) – 15 March 2015
  9. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 2) – 22 March 2015
  10. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 3) – 29 March 2015
  11. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 4) – 5 April 2015
  12. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 5): What We Know So Far – 11 April 2015 (published on a Saturday due to scheduling issues)
  13. Correlation between College Attendance and Liberal Beliefs – 19 April 2015
  14. Religion and Mental Health – 26 April 2015
  15. Cognitive Bias toward Design – 3 May 2015
  16. The Islamic State and the Obsolescence of Terrorism – 10 May 2015
  17. Benefits of Changing Religions in the US? – 24 May 2015
  18. Anti-Atheist Prejudice (Part 6): We’re All Going to Die – 31 May 2015
  19. Holocaust Survivors and Godlessness – 7 June 2015
  20. Female Self-Immolations in Afghanistan – 21 June 2015
  21. Doctor Who and the Atheist Years – 28 June 2015

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