Daily Archives: May 3, 2019

Matt Dillahunty – Extended Dialogue on Veganism – Cosmic Skeptic Podcast #3…


Date: April 03, 2019

01) Matt Dillahunty – Extended Dialogue on Veganism – Cosmic Skeptic Podcast #3

“Matt talks to Alex about veganism for an extended period, following a discussion about his meta-ethical framework. This is something he has not done before, and so is an exclusive conversation to this podcast. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.”

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Anti-LGBTQ Preacher [James David Manning] Faces Abuse Charges…

Date: April 03, 2019

01) Anti-LGBTQ Preacher Faces Abuse Charges

“Anti-LGBTQ preacher Pastor James David Manning has been charged with abusing children.

Anti-LGBT New York preacher James David Manning is facing allegations of abuse against school children.

Manning, the pastor at ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem, has attracted attention online for his outlandish anti-LGBT conspiracy theories.

The preacher famously alleged that Starbucks flavours lattes with the “semen of Sodomites,” while the church sign regularly proclaims anti-gay messages like “Jesus would stone homos.”

Manning has also claimed that God will make fire shoot out of “gay men’s buttholes,” and suggested the US Supreme Court only voted in favour of same-sex marriage because justices were “blackmailed” by their secret gay lovers.


Debunking Holocaust Denial – The Fred Leuchter Report – #1…

Date: April 03, 2019

01) Debunking Holocaust Denial – The Fred Leuchter Report – #1

“The Leuchter Report is junk science! His methods were flawed and his conclusions are not supported by evidence. Normally I would say that people like him design experiments to get the results they wanted but I believe Leuchter was so incompetent that he unwittingly stacked the deck in his favour.”

Architect’s Micro Studio Apartment…


Date: April 03, 2019

01) Architect’s Micro Studio Apartment

“In this video, we tour the incredible 28sqm (301sqft) apartment of architect Douglas Wan. The Melbourne apartment was originally constructed in the 1950’s as housing for nurses. It’s now been completely reimagined for modern times and transformed into a clever small studio.

For Douglas, this was an opportunity to develop a small living space that would perfectly fit his needs and lifestyle. Attracted to simple living and a self described monastic lifestyle, he wanted to create a place where he could be a part of the city, yet also retreat from it. He ventured to carry out an architectural experiment and find out what was possible in his own small home.

The result is a micro apartment which is as clever as it is simple. One which utilises the entire space, while remaining open and light. It’s rustic history is celebrated, yet also contrasted with the modern elements. Most importantly, it’s a wonderful home.