Christina Scribner
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Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"A postscript. Electric charges move—i.e., electric currents flow—in light-year-long double helices in space and in sub-microscopic-double helices in our DNA Though correlation is not yet empirically proven, in an electric universe…"
May 27
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"A postscript. In large double helices in space and in small double helices in our DNA, electric charges move; i.e., electric currents flow. In an electric universe that somehow seems likely, though not empirically proven."
May 27
Christina Scribner replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"Hi, Joan!  Yes, it has been quite a while, hasn't it.  I go in so many directions that it can be a while before I make it back to a place, lol.  I am doing well.  The above mentioned coffee shop has, unfortunately, closed so…"
May 26
Joan Denoo replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
" Oh! You hit a soft spot, Tom, I have often been called "pedantic." My character flaw is what I do to thrive, i.e. as a person trained to submit, yield, forgive, turn the other cheek, crucify myself daily in imitation of the…"
May 26
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"A postscript. In large double helices and small double helices, electric charges move; i.e., electric currents flow. In an electric universe that somehow seems likely, though not empirically proven."
May 26
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"No, Joan: 1) not “homo” from the Greek: “one and the same”, 2) nor ”homo” the combining form meaning “same”, 3) but “Homo” the genus of primates of which humans are [believed…"
May 25
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"No, Joan: 1) not “homo” from the Greek: “one and the same”, 2) nor ”homo” the combining form meaning “same”, 3) but “Homo” the genus of primates of which humans are [believed…"
May 25
Joan Denoo replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"define "Homo"  from the Greek: “one and the same." define "sapiens" from ancient Greek: "wise, sensible, judicious" Therefore, Homo sapiens means the one and the same, wise, sensible, and judicious. The…"
May 24
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"With so much evidence that Homo is a long way from sapiens, they are saying a benevolent god did it? If I were a god I would ask my co-gods to send them a few lightning bolts."
May 24
Grinning Cat replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"And when god-claimers assert that the development of self-replicating molecules such as DNA is unimaginably improbable without their god... DNA might well not have arisen in many possible alternate universes, but because we're here, observing…"
May 23
Ruth Anthony-Gardner replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
""The best speeches are given in a carriage on the way home." Good quote, Tom. It's easier for me to come up with a better response much later - always."
May 22
Joan Denoo replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"How are you doing, Christina? It has been over a year since we chatted. "
May 22
Tom Sarbeck replied to Christina Scribner's discussion How would you respond? in the group Hang With Friends
"A double helix screen saver and someone asks what it means? Oh I wish a theist would ask ! ! ! “With a powerful-enough telescope you will see double helixes in the sky and with a powerful-enough microscope you will see double helixes in your…"
Apr 11
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At 3:42pm on December 25, 2014, Loren Miller said…

Well, you know what Shepherd Book once said: ""If you can't do something smart, do something right."

Anything I can do to help you find your way about here, give a shout!

At 2:57pm on December 25, 2014, Loren Miller said…

Shiny!  Anyone in the 'verse who likes Mal Reynolds and Zoe can't be all bad!  Greets and welcome to Atheist Nexus!

At 6:25pm on December 23, 2014, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Greetings Christina       

It's good to have you with us. Make yourself at home. Welcome to this friendly Internet community of rationality and peace, common sense and freethinking evidence-based wisdom. 
We invite you to visit and join the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 1000 discussion topics and 4150 members. 
http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin
There are 1100 groups in Atheist Nexus. Do go visiting and try "Hang with Friends". 
Terry

At 9:57pm on December 22, 2014, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Welcome, Christina! Glad you could join us. :D

Please consider joining a group to meet people and talk about anything that's on your mind, Hang With Friends. You might also like Women Atheists, Female Atheists, and possibly Feminist Atheists.

I also recommend Eco-Logical and Climate Concerns, since the climate is changing so drastically.

After you've searched for topics of interest in "Groups" above and in the "Forums", don't forget to look at recent activity which hides along the right margin of the page all the way at the bottom.

 
 
 

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