"Ah, "the power behind the throne". Wouldn't that be nice? ;-) Alas!
The (Bavarian) Illuminati certainly were interesting figures, and most definitely were Enlightenment rationalists--radical rationalists, some…"
"Policy #1:"Brights should freely speak as Brights but, as they do, they must neither assert nor suggest that their views are representative of other Brights or that they are speaking for the constituency at…"
The Brights Movement was featured in a Sacramento local paper. There is a ton of good stuff in the article!<b>Feature Story</b> (link)The Bright sideIs atheism going mainstream? One local group says yes, presents a new option for nonbelievers.<i>Paul Geisert doesn’t believe in God, but he didn’t exactly want people to hate him for it. And so there he was, in the fall of 2002, contemplating plans to attend a march in Washington, D.C., organized to protest the overarching…See More
"An interesting comparison, Limber Lightfoot!
But I'm with those who think it's probably just a coincidence. Remember the symbolism! I've always thought it looked like a sunrise as seen from orbit.
In Chaucer’s day, the term…"
Hello Davis and welcome to this friendly meeting place with freethinkers who recognise that gods are fictions and religions exist to control vulnerable superstitious people including defenceless children;
how tragic and inexcusable it is that women and minorities have been oppressed these last two thousand years and longer.