Priscilla Robertson, 1910-1989

“The first thing I desire for my children is a kind of openness to experience. I hardly know whether to call this openness the ability to love or the ability to perceive truth, for it... Read More

Pedaling Our Way to Energy Independence

During the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign the buzzword “energy independence” reemerged atop the nation’s political agenda. U.S. policy makers and talking heads have increasingly declared the need for energy self-sufficiency. According to economist Daniel Yergin,... Read More

In Pursuit of the God Particle

The large hadron collider, the atom smasher sitting beneath Geneva, Switzerland, is the largest and most expensive scientific instrument ever built. On September 10, 2008, it succeeded in sending beams of protons all the way... Read More

Higher Power in the U.S. Armed Forces

Humanists clearly reject the imposition of dogmatic thinking but must acknowledge the necessity of authoritative command ingrained in the structure of the U.S. Armed Forces. On July 20, 2007, the Department of Defense's Office of... Read More