What stuff do you believe in even though you dont have evidence and are atheist? I believe in aliens and some sort of afterlife. I also believe theres a 4th density that has different laws of physics. The 4th density im talking about is not about time. I believe theres alot of stuff the universe can do that would seem supernatural. I believe in magic and supernatural like powers that humans arent capable of.

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I believe that there is things science cannot explain.

I believe that this means our understanding of things is flawed.

I believe however that you can only make sound decisions based on what science can tell you right now.

 

Most of all.. I believe I'll have another beer.

 

MB

Ghosts and supernatural beings - There's no proof that these exist and attempts to prove them either fail or turn out to be hoaxes.

 

Aliens - Maybe. I don't believe that they come here and make crop circles or mutilate livestock but there may be a race of beings out there who wonder if they're alone.

 

Magic - No. I did back in the day when I believed in ghosts and stuff but when I stopped believing in that stuff, magic went along with it. Magic is way too random and pseudo-complicated.

 

Psychic powers and telekinesis - I believe that perhaps we could have natural abilities that we are unaware of or don't know how to use but only in terms of telekinesis or clairvoyance. That other stuff like seeing spirits and reading minds in crazy.

 

Crytozoology - I believe that some animals may be hard to find because they're new and rare but not that mainstream junk like Big Foot, Lock Ness, Yeti and Chupacabra.

I believe that reality is much weirder than we imagine – in fact weirder than we can imagine. A complete understanding of reality may never be realized by human beings. I am, however, confident that in that reality there is nothing that even remotely resembles the Abrahamic god or any other god.

The universe is a bit big. There probably is life out there but it could be evolved from yeast or woodlice. The most intelligent life form in the universe might be a cloud of educated greenfly.

 

I think that there might be something to the stories about people floating around outside their body during near death experiences, and that dying is probably doing that for a while, then you go into a dream, fall asleep inside the dream, then the screen goes blank and you're done.

 

DMT might be a Star Wars Force kind of thing... maybe.

I believe in Guinness the cause of and solution to all of life's problems :)
I believe in Guinness one day a year.
The only thing I "believe" is something that I think has a decent probability of existing: aliens. While we have yet to find proof of them, there is a decent probability of them existing somewhere in the universe, what with the billions of planets circling billions of stars in billions of galaxies. I believe that, going by sheer probability, we might come across them someday, whether intelligent or even unicellular.

I believe in...well, clothes. More often than not, as I'm believing, I'm wearing them.

I have faith that my next meal won't poison me.

There's more, but I hope the above states my case clearly.

 

I'm wondering how you justify to yourself having these beliefs but not believing in a god or gods. Presumably the lack of evidence is your main reason for lacking a belief in god, like most people here. If so, why aren't the other wild claims aren't handled with the same logic and reasoning?

I try my hardest not to believe things, but I obviously do. We're hardwired for some beliefs. But the idea of belief means that you can believe despite lack of evidence, or even in spite of contradictory evidence. Belief is something I try to avoid as much as possible. I prefer observing the world around me and working with that, rather than pretending the world works in ways I ways I want it to. Wishful thinking is nice, but it shouldn't be allowed to interfere with your decision making. 
No one needs to justify their personal beliefs unless they feel the need to.
Well there are wee clues here and there but nothing substantial to support them. At least there are clues, not made up stories by bronze age farmers.

Bronze age farmers were probably too busy farming to make up the OT stories.

 

So who made them up?

 

Probably people who, as kids, found that other kids liked their made-up tales. They grew up, continued making up stories, and asked for donations of food or whatever else they needed. Violence sold then and it sells now.

 

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