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From the Jihad to the Yeehaw


We’ve seen it time and time again, every time and every culture assumes villains for themselves. They come in all shapes and sizes but the tune they all play is pretty much the same. First, you cause a panic, be it intentional or it simply happened by chance. Regardless, you take some sort of event and portray it as the times to come if an action isn’t taken. Afterwards, this action will normally allow a group, with the appearance of some sort of plan, to swoop down and save the day, at the cost of fundamental rights, money, or time because after all “desperate times call for desperate measures”, no? Continue reading

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On a diet? Try our Supernatural Pie!


In the 40,000 years religion has existed, it has rarely gone undisputed except by other creeds or belief systems. More often than not, such confrontations end in violence simply because each doctrine has aspects which are incompatible with the other so they cannot coexist.

However, every single belief in the supernatural has one thing in common – its enemy is scientific inquiry… Continue reading

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