Friday, November 30, 2012

Friday Link Dump 11/30/12

Don't get the reference? Watch the video in this link
and be sure to check out our next podcast
episode where we talk about the interview.
 
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Random Interest

Thursday, November 29, 2012

David Reis: “Gospel Truth(s): A Critical Interrogation of the Good News”


via David Reis, a Religious Studies Instructor at the University of Oregon:

On November 6 I delivered a presentation in Dr. Peter Boghossian’s Atheism class at Portland State University.  The talk, entitled “Gospel Truth(s): A Critical Interrogation of the Good News,” examined the literary composition of the gospels, addressed text critical problems, analyzed the issue of literary genre, and offered an explanation for Americans’ persistent belief that these texts were either written by God or divinely inspired.  The presentation was videotaped and is now available on my YouTube page.  Please take a look!











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Does the Universe Have a Purpose? feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson



via minutephysics

Friday, November 23, 2012

Black Friday Link Dump 11/23/12

Yesterday was the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S., which invariably makes this the consumerist nightmare called Black Friday.  I, your intrepid and diligent blog contributor, am not participating in Black Friday.  Instead, I am sitting by the fire with a glass of buttered rum, so that I may bring you the latest and greatest in re-linked news. Like this.

Our Stuff

Religion

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Here's your Black Friday video.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Left Hemispheres Podcast Ep07 - I'm doing it right, you're not supposed to enjoy it


This week Andy from Laughing in Purgatory is back to visit. Andy, Steve, Nick, and Jack discuss the election fallout, christian sex practices, and the pros and cons of indoctrinating children.
Show notes:
As always please direct questions, comments, suggestions, or discussion to us via email at lefthemispheres@gmail.com. Of course you can also find us on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter @lefthemispheres.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Friday Link Dump 11/16/12

Just videos on LH this week. I’m trying something new this week in the FLD. The first section is atheism/antitheism/religion related stuff. The second section is politics mainly the collective conservative post-election freakout. Last, but certainly not least is the science section.





It’s not a debate.





Thursday, November 15, 2012

A Debate on the Existence of God: The Cosmological Argument -- F. C. Copleston vs. Bertrand Russell



via Reason Broadcast.

I highly recommend you check out Reason Broadcast's post on this as they put a lot of work into transcribing the entire thing.


Friday, November 9, 2012

Friday Link Dump 11/9/12



 
I can't stop posting these guys.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Obama Wins

Well that's it kids.  Barack Obama will stay in the Oval Office for another 4 years.  Be sure to stock up on canned goods, food stamps gold bullion and GUNS!  Lots of guns for when the tree-hugging libs come barging in your house drinking soy lattes and having gay sex on your living room floor.


GO VOTE!


Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Left Hemispheres Podcast Ep. 06-Patriotic Jingoistic Pascal's Wager



This week Steve, Nick, Adam, and Jack discuss hurricane Sandy, the elections, changes in Secular America, Mormons, Same-sex Marriage, and Even the Disney Star Wars buyout. It's our almost double-sized pre-election show!

As always please direct questions, comments, suggestions, or discussion to us via email at lefthemispheres@gmail.com. Of course you can also find us on Facebook, Google+, or Twitter @lefthemispheres.


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Friday, November 2, 2012

Friday Link Dump 11/2/12


We were light on original content this week given half of us were directly affected, though relatively unscathed, by Hurricane Sandy. We hope everyone is OK out there and try to donate if you can.  The Foundation Beyond Belief approved Team Rubicon “unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with emergency first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.” And of course, there is always the Red Cross.








Yes. Yes they do sound exactly like Metallica.