"Thank you I was just talking about this with someone today, I am glad that this is being brought up. I think it is a response to theists telling us to "prove" there is no god and since fallacies run a muck in religious arguments the…"
"Interesting enough there is a philosopher that talks about human/technology interface as a part of our cognition. His book Supersizing the Mind was a difficult read and I won't pretend to understand all of it, but taken this way technology has…"
"Your comment reminded me of an article I saw in Scientific American, called the Limits of Intelligence. I thought you mind find it interesting. it's about the physics of the brain and how how distances in neural firings (and more complicated…"
"Soul mates probably not as much as I wish there was a hope for that one. True love certainly it may not have been mapped out, the person we fall in love with but that does not diminish the strength of love. For a while I entertained the idea that…"
"I only started reading it a little while ago and am hesitant to recommend it because I haven't finished it, but in reading your post I would suggest The Good Book: A Humanist Bible by AC Grayling. Parts of it are very beautiful, its made me…"
"I think your outlook on the situation is inspiring. I have a 4 year old son and understand the need your daughter feels to have help creating moral structure within her child. I believe she is going about it the wrong way but if most people truly…"
"One of my favorites is Carl Sagan's The Demon Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark. It is more about skepticism and critical thinking at times than about atheism but it had a lot of influence in my ideas about religion and is done in…"