Category Archives: Mythology

A collection of fictional stories that belong to either a particular religious or cultural tradition.

The Aftermath of the Great Flood: Travel By Volcanic Eruption

The great flood and Noah’s ark is a tale believed by millions.  Many creationists even believe the dinosaurs lived on the ship.  What’s quite interesting is that there are christian apologists who have given serious thought to resolving the logical problems that arise when considering the implications of such a worldwide catastrophic event as the … Continue reading The Aftermath of the Great Flood: Travel By Volcanic Eruption

Natural Stupidity 2: Astrology Bad, Astronomy Good

I know that it might seem that Nick and I have been giving Mike Adams of Natural News semi-fame a bit of a lashing recently, and we have in all honesty. The guy makes his name by attacking legitimate science and inquiry whilst peddling snake-oil, disregard and hokum all under the guise of “holism”. The … Continue reading Natural Stupidity 2: Astrology Bad, Astronomy Good

The Paranormal: Ghosts And The Concept Of A Continuity Of Experience After Death

If we cannot see something, does that mean that it does not exist?  If you were to examine a graph of the electromagnetic spectrum, such as as the one in the article ‘A Stab at the dark at Tinnitis‘, you can get a sense of how little of our world we’re actually consciously perceiving. If … Continue reading The Paranormal: Ghosts And The Concept Of A Continuity Of Experience After Death