Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Pandora | RSS
- Light the Night | National | TVCoR/Dustin
- Thanks for the support
- New Platinum Sponsors
- Robert Ray from the Humanists of the North Puget Sound
- Virginia Dawn
- Russ from the Kitsap Atheists & Agnostics
- New Gold Sponsor
THIS DAY IN HISTORY August 22
- 1864 – International Red Cross founded
- 1920 – Ray Bradbury Born – Fahrenheit 451 / Martian Chronicles
- 1922 – J. Edgar Hoover becomes Assistant Chief of the FBI
- 1989 – Nolan Ryan registers 5,000th strikeout
- 1992 – Incident at Ruby Ridge
- The cause of the Near-Death Light
- Kepler repair attempts have failed
- Canada develops new animal radar
- 5000 year old board game discovered
- Using waste CO2 for more power!
- Google to test Project Loon in California’s Central Valley, begins taking participant applications
- Egypt is a mess
- World’s oldest temple may have been built to worship Sirius
- Judge forces baby Messiah’s name to be changed
- First same-sex marriage in New Zealand
- Obama back’s Greece, NY prayer
We are joined by Rebecca Vitsmun, the Oklahoma City Tornado survivor made famous after telling Wolf Blitzer she’s an atheist.
You can find us online at www.htotw.com, follow us on Twitter @AtheistNomads, like us on Facebook, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and leave us a voice mail message at (541) 203-0666.
Theme music is provided by Sturdy Fred.