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December 3 in freethought history…

December 3, 1893 – Irish physicist and science popularizer John Tyndall dies in Haslemere, England, aged 73. He vigorously promoted the separation of science and religion, in direct contradiction to contemporary Roman Catholic teaching. In response to the observation that, in … Continue reading

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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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