It tends to focus on the intersection of science and religion, and as you would expect, at times you get a lot of very heavily debated and strongly worded attacks on one side by the other.
The critical issue seems to be that one side has curiosity and wants to discover things, while the other only wants to defend and proclaim that what is immutable is their side of the discussion.
And when you reread a post a day or two later, you can't help but get an overwhelming feeling of negativity in the debate.
It may be because one argument is a few thousand years old, and basically indefensible from a scientific point of view.
Or it could be because the other is a few billion years old, and a continuing revelation about us and our universe, and what makes it tick, and often flies in the face of faith.
Several times the suggestion has been made for both sides to think about their reaction to a superior intelligence landing in their little green flying saucers, and challenging all our beliefs and science.
And I suspect that this suggestion is the most worrisome of all to both sides.
Who likes their belief tree shaken? Confronted by things not immediately understandable by us?
My answer is simple - just like Oliver, ask for "more".
True growth only comes from stretching your mind into a different shape now and then, chasing those little intangible thoughts "what if?" and "why is that?".
Human curiosity - our capacity for abstract thought - our unique ability to project beyond our comfort circle - are what has given us the incredible technology we take for granted today.
So be positive and curious, and not afraid to have the holes in your certainty opened for all to see.
The next great thought might just be your own!!!!