All posts by Nick Dubro

Will Future Humans Really Be Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger?

Before peering into the future of Mankind let me begin this article with one of my favourite songs of all time. I feel the film clip sets the perfect tone for what I’m about to write and obviously I blatantly plagiarized the song name for the title of this article!  Feel free to click play and … Continue reading Will Future Humans Really Be Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger?

“What Skeptics Really Believe” (and why Mike Adams is a depraved conveyor of disinformation )

According to the blurb at the end of Mike Adams’ article at naturalnews.com: “Mike Adams is a consumer health advocate and award-winning journalist with a strong interest in personal health, the environment and the power of nature to help us all heal.” He has written over 1800 articles on subjects ranging from astrology to homeopathy. … Continue reading “What Skeptics Really Believe” (and why Mike Adams is a depraved conveyor of disinformation )

Corporal Punishment: When Is It Okay To Hit Your kids?

To be clear from the outset, I don’t have kids.  The subject on how I’d raise mine has always been something I’ve thought about though and I used to be in favour of hitting children.  It sounds terrible when I put it like that, but it’s true.  For a large portion of my young life I thought … Continue reading Corporal Punishment: When Is It Okay To Hit Your kids?

ANZAC Day: “Lest We Forget”

“Lest We Forget.”  Those three words encompass the spirit of ANZAC day and conjure up pictures of heroism and valour in my mind.  Images of young Australian men, dressed in army issue fatigues with rifles raised and firing, on a beach on the other side of the world.  Away from family and the ones they … Continue reading ANZAC Day: “Lest We Forget”

Atheistic Bigotry Is Still Bigotry

My close friend Tristan recently posted an article titled No Excuse for Bigotry in which he focused on religious bigotry and why he felt it was wrong.  Today I want to expand on this subject a little and discuss how atheists can be just as bigoted as the religious and how it can impact public perception … Continue reading Atheistic Bigotry Is Still Bigotry