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MLD Woody

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ESPN First Draft Podcast

Yesterday, 11:49 AM

Anyone else here listen to this podcast?   http://search.espn.g...t-draft/audio/7

 

I know there are plenty of "draft experts" on here that are more knowledgeable than Kiper and Mcshay....  but I still think it is an interesting listen. 


13 Year Old Drinking Prodigy Accepted to Ohio State

27 February 2015 - 09:34 PM


National Geographic - The War On Science

22 February 2015 - 10:33 AM

http://ngm.nationalg.../achenbach-text

 

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http://news.national...cation-science/

 

http://www.pewintern...ce-and-society/

 

PI_2015-01-29_science-and-society-00-01.

 

 

"A lot of scientific issues have become politicized," Miller says. "I think this report is kind of tiptoeing around that reality, where the [U.S.] Republican party has sought political support from voters with religious views who are often hostile to science."

 

 

 

 

http://www.eurekaler...a-mrp012615.php

 

"Ours is the first study of the U.S. public that examines perspectives on science and religion in tandem," he said. "In doing so, our study uncovers a previously unidentified group of well-informed people who are appreciative of science and technology's social uses, but who are deeply religious and who reject certain scientific theories in favor of religious ones."

Among these post-seculars, more than 90 percent agree with contemporary scientific theories about geology, radioactivity, and planetary motion, but only 6 percent believe that the universe began with a huge explosion. Even fewer -- 3 percent of post-seculars -- agree that humans evolved from earlier animals.

In addition, 48 percent of post-seculars believe that the Bible is the literal word of God, compared to 31 percent of all U.S.adults, 46 percent of traditionals, and 3 percent of moderns. Post-seculars also report the greatest strength of religious affiliation as compared to traditionals and moderns.

 

 

 

 

 


Kyle Shanahan's Cleveland Brown's Exit Strategy

17 February 2015 - 12:45 AM


Jon Stewart Leaving The Daily Show

11 February 2015 - 11:03 AM

http://m.nydailynews...ticle-1.2110310

First Colbert, now Stewart. Where will I get my news!


Post the TopRighNews articles. This is all there is now...






Oh, and Last Week Tonight