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44 year old man, raised Protestant among Jews then among Catholics, studied major philosophies and religions. I am so over the celestial boogeyman.

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Galileo, Neitzsche, Einsten and Hitler

Posted on January 4, 2015 at 9:28pm 1 Comment

I think the themes of this post are inspiration and cautionary tales, with a certain take on human nature.



He had the cahones to tell the Catholic church that they were wrong about the relationships between celestial bodies. Then they locked him up for the rest of life, when he compiled his most important work.



Identifying and expounding upon what they dared not speak at the time, God was dead. Freidrich posits both burden and…


The Pennsylvania Atheist/ Humanist Convention 2014

Posted on August 30, 2014 at 12:49am 5 Comments

Hello all,

I had a great time at the Pittsburgh DoubleTree Hotel tonight. I met a bunch of great people and had a lot of great conversations.

I met too many people to name them all, but I would like to mention that I got to meet Bill and Suzy. They produce a podcast called Bar Room Atheist which I will be checking out very soon. I spoke mostly with Bill. He used to be a sheriff (I think), and he also studied 'the' Bible to become a better Christian.

I exchanged…


Recovering from Religion

Posted on August 10, 2014 at 12:36pm 16 Comments

I recently signed up to volunteer for 'Recovering from Religion.'

I had to furnish contact information for two individuals.

My perspective is that religion causes people to suffer in a variety of ways, and I'm trying to reduce that suffering.

Asymetrical Warfare and Iraq

Posted on August 9, 2014 at 9:32am 12 Comments

I think that some global understanding needs to be established or affirmed regarding asymmetrical warfare. Something useful may not be possible, but I thought it was at least worth discussion.

How does a recognized government face an enemy with no specified geographic boundary, no diplomatic capacity or public leader?

It is very easy to point to formal positions regarding 'unlawful combatants,' but I can't help but think that our current understandings are not really doing the…


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At 4:12pm on August 9, 2014, The Flying Atheist said…

Thanks for the friendship!

At 9:56am on August 9, 2014, Loren Miller said…

No worries about the delay, guy.  Just enjoy!

At 9:15am on August 9, 2014, Michael Penn said…

Thanks for the add, Andrew. Everybody needs friends.

At 9:49pm on July 9, 2014, The Nexus Group said…

To answer your question, feel free to mention Nexus during your talk.

At 6:21pm on July 6, 2014, Loren Miller said…
Welcome to the gang, Andrew! I'm sure we'll see you around.
At 12:11am on June 30, 2014, kathy: ky said…
Welcome Andrew. Enjoy yourself.
At 7:27pm on June 26, 2014, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hello Andrew 

Good to have you join us.  Welcome to this cheerful friendly Internet community of rationality and peace, common sense and freethinking evidence-based wisdom.    

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