Unfortunately, and with a great measure of embarrassment, I see fellow atheists expressing themselves and acting out that is almost as repulsive to me as when a religious person does it.You people need to express your opinions in a way I'm comfortable with or you're just as bad as theists! You disgust me! Hey, isn't that emotion too?
As a Six Sigma professional, it is completely unacceptable to inject emotion and your subjective prejudices or expectations into your project your DMAIC, or DFSS process.All you sons-a-bitches that have to deal with nutjob theists that would gleefully kill you if they could get away with it can just shut the hell up and act in a manner that pleases me, lest I deem you unworthy to be a member of my cause. Plus don't you dare offend anyone because (insert five or six random metaphors).
Because I tell you, just as with a hypothetical Six Sigma project, the backlash with blow up in your face. It has worked against religion, let's not have it work against us.Yeah! Let's all be dispassionate as possible! It worked for Al Gore!
Because I tell you, just as with a hypothetical Six Sigma project, the backlash with blow up in your face. It has worked against religion, let's not have it work against us.Nonsense. The backlash against religion came from many different places, none of which were "Not being logical enough". The two major ones being when they killed enough people that everyone started to take notice, and they decided they were going to force society to live by their idiot beliefs in an iron age God. I've yet to see an atheist pull the equivalent of either.
Let's up our behavior under the scrutiny of the scientific method, and confirm whether we're spreading the word and getting involved in a manner that DOES NOT BACKFIRE.This isn't what the scientific method is for. It's to increase our knowledge about the universe, not a moral code or a system for behavior. To claim otherwise is to turn it into a religion in its own right.