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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Penn Aug 5, 2014. 2 Replies

Just happened to see this film about the West Memphis 3, teenage boys convicted in 1993 of murdering three 8-year-old boys.  I had heard of the case before, but didn't realize the trial and…Continue

 

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Craigart14 replied to Alan Perlman's discussion Article alert: It's about RELIGION, stupid!
"OK, you're a racist ;=)  There are also a lot of minorities in the South, particularly African Americans.  Many are "raised in the church" and many still struggle with poverty.  African American churches tend to be…"
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Craigart14 replied to Allen Dudley's discussion What Has God Done For You?
"The believer has been brainwashed to pretend that God did it."
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Craigart14 replied to Ruth Anthony-Gardner's discussion Dog-human alliance edged out Neanderthals in the group Atheists who love Science!
"This may be a dumb question, but are we sure that Neanderthals didn't use dogs? Craig"
Aug 20
Craigart14 commented on Scott McGreal's blog post Making a mockery of the principle of charity: or see how easy it is to ridicule atheism when you don't understand it
"I didn't actually read past his Humpty-Dumpty definition of atheism.  As the OP points out, the "a" preceding English words such as moral, gnostic, sexual, causal, and many others is ordinarily rendered as "without."…"
Aug 20
Craigart14 replied to Russell Pangborn's discussion Always Trusting The Church of Science
"The economics paper that caused such a stir was published in a non-peer reviewed issue of the journal.  Even politicians should know better than to cite non-peer reviewed scientific (if economics is a science) data. Scientists make mistakes.…"
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Craigart14 replied to Sean M Hebner's discussion The Firmament!!! in the group Scriptural Criticism
"Correction:  The committee of evangelicals that eventually developed the NIV was formed in the 1950s, but the work didn't actually begin until 1965, and the NIV wasn't published until the mid 1970s.  It is used very widely in…"
Aug 7
Craigart14 replied to Joan Denoo's discussion A Christian Nation? Since When?
"It makes perfect sense to me that churches should pay taxes on income and property and that they should stay out of politics--or at least vote according to facts rather than religious belief."
Jul 25
Craigart14 replied to Joan Denoo's discussion A Christian Nation? Since When?
"Mojo, that's one scary book . . . ."
Jul 24
Craigart14 commented on Scott DeLong's blog post Critical Thinking Paper
"Scott, A very good paper.  Atlantis was mere speculation on Plato's part, just as ancient aliens are mere speculation on L. Ron Hubbard's part.  It was revived by an American huckster/quack named Ignatius Donnelly in the 19th…"
Jul 22
Craigart14 replied to Atheist in FundyLand's discussion An Honest Liar (the James Randi story) is available on Netflix
"I was assuming that when they accused Randi of using magic, they meant sleight of hand, not actual magic.  What I found interesting is that of the different kinds of deception, the faith healers' lies are the ones that actually threaten…"
Jul 16
Craigart14 replied to John Jubinsky's discussion Drug Rejuvenates Stem Cell Functioning in Old Mice in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Oxymoron! Craig"
Jun 2
Craigart14 replied to Idaho Spud's discussion Evolution is a FACT, not a theory. in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"I don't think evolution will be surpassed by a better model.  Natural selection, though, might be.  Hasn't it been challenged and augmented by punctuated equilibrium and genetic drift? Craig"
Jun 2
Craigart14 replied to David Maxwell's discussion To understand how Western science works...
"Thinking of science as an ideology allows Christians to attack the motives of their opponents, which is a lot easier than refuting scientific arguments."
May 31
Craigart14 replied to Sean M Hebner's discussion The Firmament!!! in the group Scriptural Criticism
"Re the "differing in details" creation stories:  Today's born again Christians are raised on the New International Version of the Bible, which first appeared in the 1950s as a production of the Southern Baptists.  It…"
May 29
Craigart14 replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion American Center for Law and Justice odd case
"Oddly, I'm in the middle of a similar situation.  I just finished teaching a sophomore lit survey of ancient literature, and a lot of the literature deals directly with religion.  So a student writes an essay on  Genesis, but…"
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Craigart14 replied to Tezzie's discussion Did the gospel writers Matthew, Mark, Luke and John meet Jesus?
"Bone up on your Hinduism.  The sage Valmiki dictated the Mahabharata to Ganesh, the god  with the head of an elephant.  Ganesh's pen broke, so he broke off one of his tusks to use as a stylus because Valmiki wanted to get the…"
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At 6:55am on May 19, 2014, Randall Smith said…

See my comment to you in my Dowsing blog.

At 10:47am on November 30, 2012, Tim Parr said…

Hi there - about your computer problem.

The fact that you have to wait once it fails definitely points to an overheating problem. If I were you I would (carefully) try to work out which parts are very hot immediately after it fails. My guess would be that you will find it to be the processor but it could also be ram chips or something else. Then you will have to find out if it is cooled properly - it may be as simple as reseating the processor.

At 12:24pm on June 4, 2011, Kelly M said…
glad you enjoyed the slide show Craig :)
At 10:29pm on May 31, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Greetings, Craig! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D

At 8:42pm on May 30, 2011, Lee Barbo said…
Yes, it does, but not as many as I encountered in Natchitoches. My family attended the First Assembly of God there, pastored by David Allen. Things were bad enough there that at one point, back in the late 80s, the big joke around town was 'don't drink the koolaid'.
Actually, I should say that WV likely has as many fundies as LA, however, the fundies seem much more crispy fried in LA.
Natchitoches is a lovely town, but also very colorful. My twin sister lives in Pineville, but she remains in close contact with some of her Natchitoches friends. She doesn't, however, remain in close contact with me. I'm the family pariah.
At 5:16pm on September 7, 2010, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hello Craig
Welcome to this friendly site with freethinkers who recognise that fictional gods and cunning religions continue to deceive and control vulnerable people including defenceless children. How tragic and inexcusable it is too that women and minorities have been oppressed these last two thousand years and longer.

Terry Meaden
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At 1:55am on September 6, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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