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Apr 10 2014

Episode 49 – The Scathing Atheist with Noah Lugeons

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THIS DAY IN HISTORY – April 10

1834 – A torture chamber is uncovered by arson
1963 – Atomic submarine sinks in Atlantic
1972 – Chaplin receives Oscar

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Robot surgeons in space
Scientists create a yeast chromosome from scratch
Black Death may have been airborne
3200 year old case of cancer diagnosed

POLITICS AND RELIGION

Mozilla CEO stepped down over backlash
New Jersey Notary Public refused to notarize American Atheist documents
Louie Gohmert thinks that church state is a one way street…because Jefferson
English churches being converted to bars
Eight year old girl kicked out of Virginia christian school because she was a tomboy
Mass resignation during LDS General Conference in Salt Lake City

INTERVIEW – Noah Lugeons from the Scathing Atheist Podcast

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Book: Diatribes: Volume One: 50 Essays From a Godless Misanthrope (The Scathing Atheist Presents)

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Recorded for release on 2014-04-10

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