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Good job, Ireland. I knew I come from good people.
Both sides in the debate conceded that the referendum to ensconce marriage equality in the Irish constitution has succeeded.
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If this trailer is any indication, Supergirl is going to be amazing. I'm really excited for this.
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Koji Igarashi - creator of many of the best Castlevania titles including Symphony of the Night -  is Kickstarting a new 2.5D gothic horror side-scroller that's totally not Castlevania wink!.
Koji Igarashi is raising funds for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night on Kickstarter! IGAVANIA (n): A gothic, exploration-focused action platformer, designed by one of the godfathers of the genre!
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Hope everyone had a good International Workers' Day. Or, failing that, a good Beltane.
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Someday soon I hope more people will understand why being so anti-science as to elect science deniers to public offices and give them power over our ability to make progress and new discoveries is profoundly stupid. As it stands, it looks more and more like we're rushing headlong into a "Jor-El trying to save Krypton" scenario.
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Anne Wheaton is super awesome. It makes me more than a little happy to know that those creeps and monsters in gg weren't able to bully her into silence.
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The thing I find most fascinating about this article is that Krupa doesn't antagonize the students who disagree or storm out of the class when he teaches the facts of evolution. Part of being a good science teacher or communicator is treating people who don't understand as human beings who deserve respect, and Krupa seems to have a firm grasp of that truth. 
This essay is adapted from a piece originally printed in the March/April 2015 issue of Orion. Request a free trial issue of Orion here. To teach evolution at the University of Kentucky is to teach at an institution steeped in the history of defending evolution education. The first effort to pass an anti-evolution law...
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Well, this is an evolutionary adaptation that I wasn't expecting. Neat stuff.
Have you taken a family trip where you finally make it to a coast and immediately run towards the ocean, only to realize too late that the water is shockingly cold? Despite taking most of Earth's solar radiation, the temperatures of Earth's oceans don't change very much. They stay perpetually brisk because it takes a lot of energy to raise the temperature of water. Evolved to deal with this relative stability, most ocean creatures can be cold-blo...
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Great example of Betteridge's law of headlines in action. Sadly also a prime example of ignorance and misplaced feelings of persecution.
Allen West discovered proof positive that WalMart had "caved" to Sharia law ... or maybe it was just state liquor laws.
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This is why ignorance is so sad and frustrating. The world is such an amazing place when you go out and learn about it. But when you don't? Then everything becomes scary; even the word "the."
"Everything that starts with 'al' in the Middle East is bad news," according to the North Carolina Republican.
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It's worth looking at things from more than just one perspective. Looking past the mainstream narrative reveals inconsistencies that we might not appreciate if we don't broaden our outlooks.
Baltimore teachers and parents tell a different story from the one you've been reading in the media.
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