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  • The “Who’s That Noisy” sounds like the most awesome pinball game ever. 🙂

    Definitely agree with your #1 choice (“Cal” Sagan?); DHW is one of those books that should be required reading at some point before graduating from high school.

    I was actually kind of disappointed by Shermer’s WPBWT, mostly because the book never really answered (to my satisfaction, anyway) _why_ people believe weird things. I think Daniel Dennett’s “Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon” does a better job in that respect.

  • halincoh


    Evan, I so hope, as it was impossible for me to watch more than a few hours ( life intervened )that there is a best of the 24 hour DVD. First of all, think of how even more excellent everything would become with the benefit of editing. And secondly, I would certainly pay for that DVD. I’m certain I am not alone.

  • vanadamme

    Awesome, I’ve read your top 5!

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