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Altruism Religionless Rats Paperblog Pick in Religion

Altruism in Religionless Rats

No one who has ever kept rats as pets (as I have) will be surprised by a study that appeared in yesterday’s Science and is getting major media coverage. In “Empathy and Pro-Social... Read more

Those Christians Such Hypocrites! They? Paperblog Pick in Religion

Those Christians Are Such Hypocrites! Or Are They?

I am crossing the line. I am going to discuss RELIGION. You might want to read the whole post before you assume you know what I am going to say...and I welcome your opinions. :)A... Read more

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