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You might have seen various media stories about Norway being “officially” recognised as the happiest nation on the planet and had not really given it too much thought. For example the Washington Post and CNN and also the BBC. Apparently this all came on what was meant to be the International day […]

How do you measure Happiness? – #InternationalDayOfHappiness



I appear to have a pattern here in which I pick three of the weirdest bits of religious news items from the previous seven days, for example last week here, and the week before here, and the week before that here. Basically the filter is that if it is specifically […]

Top 3 Weekly Weird Religious News items



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Back in 2005, a chap called Nathan Poe made an observation within an on-line discussion group as follows … Without a winking smiley or other blatant display of humor, it is utterly impossible to parody a Creationist in such a way that someone won’t mistake for the genuine article. This has in […]

Testing Poe’s Law: Can Trump supporters detect BS?


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I do wonder if there will ever be a week in which nothing truly daft was said or done under the banner of religion. Will this be that week? Er … no. I should perhaps also add one additional thought. A rather important point to grasp is that most humans, […]

Top 3 weird Religious News Items for the week – Sun 12th March 2017


Scott Pruitt
The truly jaw dropping moment of the week just has to be the sight of the new head of the EPA, Scott Pruitt, explaining the following on CNBC, after being asked directly … I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do and […]

Does Scott Pruitt simply lack a bit of information? – #climate #CarbonDioxide