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August 2 in freethought history…

August 2, 1820 – Irish physicist John Tyndall is born. He was also a science popularizer who vigorously promoted the separation of science and religion, in direct contradiction to contemporary Roman Catholic teaching. In response to the observation that, in his … Continue reading

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