... just because there are already plenty to choose from anyway! :)
Mainly, but not exclusively "history of science" entries here.
Harry Potter's series is a turn-off for men but turn-on for women?
Bible is a turn-off? Sure.
There is a list of books that I would say a total turn-off. Twilight, 50 Shades, The Secret, Deepak Chopra, are all on the turn-off list for all gender.
It is harder than I thought to name four favourite books. If I read have to, I would imagine myself stuck in an airport with a delay flight, and which 4 books would help me survive.
The most amazing thing about "Climbing Mount Improbable" is that it is an easy read.
Richard Dawkins had the talent in explaining things that he knew so well, in a storytelling way.
Chapter one Facing Mount Rushmore
How we could usually tell what is made by nature and what is not. But sometimes, it is not the case as the natural progressions is so good that it almost looks like man-made.
Chapter Two Silken Fetters
Using spider and spider-web designs in explaining how nature made very complicated things and it is how natural selection works.
This is a 300 pages book and the first two chapters read like a breeze.
Chapter 3 & 4 The Message from the Mountain and Getting off the Ground
The important trend of evolution is that it always progress forward. Even if there is clear advantage for going backward on the evolution design to gain more ground in the future, the body would not act this way. it would also improve the current stage and never go back on the design path even logically it would benefit it in the near future.
Chapter 5 the forty-fold ath to enlightement
the evolution of the eye and how different animals evolve different types of eyes.
International Blasphemy Day on 30 Sept.
The Singapore government jailed the teenage blogger Amos Yee under Blasphemy Law on International Blasphemy Day.
What a horrible government.
All gods are fictional and all religions are bullshit.
A teenager is jailed for criticising bullshit religion.
Where is the justice?
Blasphemy is a human rights.