My Favorite Sites By Others

Some educational links for us to check out!

I’m going to need to take the time to explore these two web sites, despite my very busy lifestyle!

The first is Skeptic. Wherein they present rational critical thinking and analysis in a very informative and emotionally entertaining way. They even have a section for encouraging testable reasoning at a very young age, Welcome to Skeptism 101, for adults and school students. This really appears worth checking out!

The Skeptics Society – a portal for Rational Thinking.
In their early years children are knowledge junkies, questioning everything in their view, though exhibiting little skepticism. Most never learn to distinguish between inquisitiveness and credulity. Those who do either come to a bad end or become professional skeptics. But what does it mean to be skeptical? Modern skepticism is embodied in the scientific method, …

The second is Atheist Republic. Wherein they present, again, rational critical thinking and analysis that is more focused on addressing traditional religions and their beliefs. As with above, they are not focused on reactive arguments but, rather, fully focused on educating in a thoughtful and, at times, humorous way the demonstrable self-evident. This, too, appears really worth checking out!

This is the Atheist Republic.
We are not just atheists – we are atheists who care. We can’t stay silent while witnessing cruelty and injustice. We will not apologize for what we do and don’t believe. Atheist Republic provides valuable news, resources and a medium for atheists to freely express themselves in a variety of ways, including discussion forums, blogs and image macros of thought-provoking, funny or inspirational quotes.

There are two PBS shows I like to watch. If you watch them, too, you’ll understand why. Not only is the science/history accurate but, more importantly, these shows open up your awareness about life. It’ll change how you perceive this world. The PBS show featured on this page is …

The Brain with Neuroscientist David Eagleman
Shares the latest understandings of mind and brain as revealed by neuroscience. Very little about our experience of life can be understood, until we understand the brain and how exactly it works to generate this experience we share and call life.

You’re fully welcome. Got some home projects to do. Will post again when I have more time.