In her latest book, The Memory Code, science writer Dr. Lynne Kelly details her thesis that the primary purpose of monuments ranging from the statues on Easter Island to Neolithic Stonehenge was not as tributes to the gods but rather as extremely effective memory technologies used by oral cultures to encode many hundreds of … Continue reading
Atheism and comedy have gone hand in hand since the first religious person made their first ridiculous claim, and that tradition is still strong with today’s stand-up comedians; many of the biggest comedians in modern history are openly atheist, some even include it in their act. And Canada is known … Continue reading
Today marks the North American release of the 2015 film My Scientology Movie, a documentary about Scientology… with an interesting twist.
If you know anything about film criticism, or if you just have an interest in film and would like to try your hand at being a reviewer, I have been given information about a film that I would like someone to take a look at, and write a review of … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! Here’s the 2016 edition of Indi’s alternative holiday playlist.
If you live in or near the GTA, here’s something you might want to put on your calendar. Coming up in January is a comedy by an award-winning Canadian playwright about misogyny and religion.