I registered Disabled Thoughts as a business at my local county clerk. I intend for it to be a business for me to use for my writing and web work. Since I am majoring in psychology now (why I never did before I don’t know), I expect to possibly do counseling for the disabled at […]Read More The new “Disabled Thoughts”
What these clever little monikers mean to me.Read More Professionally skeptical and eternally academic
Personally, I am really enjoying building a bit of a network with the aid of Simbi, it is so useful! People just trade services and most people are extremely helpful there.Read More Why Simbi?
If you like to be controversial or to write about research, then I want to talk to you about collaboration.Read More Contributors wanted!
There is an interesting study out this week by two University of Kentucky researchers that the number of atheists may be twice as large as previously estimated. The number may be closer to 26 percent — an fascinating prospect given the politics surrounding faith-based initiatives and policies. As I have previously discussed, both parties have […] […]Read More This is a scary trend for the religious right, but it makes me happy
New atheism and how it spreads.Read More Glad I’m not the only nonbeliever who does this.
Atheism is derogatory, but secularism is held as honorable and just.Read More A very interesting take on militant atheism, secularism, and perception.
Why didn’t I do this before? I went as far as the Secular Student Alliance, but when that attempt at a student group at North Central Michigan College bombed I gave up on it. I’ve changed my focus to include many secular ideas and information about them, but without openly referring to them as atheist-related. […]Read More The Secular Coalition of America
These are examples of my publicly published and searchable writing.Read More Comics I have reviewed and my reviews located on multiverse.com