"I have a couple of rules that I follow when dealing with theists, esspecially one in particular at work who feels it is his god ordained mission to save me from hell. I never initiate the conversation, I only use logical reasoning and facts as basis…"
"Sorry. I don't know what happened when I posted but try this...
Nonprophets Episode 9.11 Nov. 6, 2010
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"This is ridiculous and scary. Being a single-father who is an atheist (so is my son's mother) it's sad to think that if my ex were vindictive enough she could go to church for a couple of weeks and then decide to take away my visitation…"
"I'm late to the conversation, but I thought I'd put in my 2 cents...
My journey to atheism took about 18 years of searching for god after I left the church. Many things you describe remind me of the things I went through as I deconstructed…"
"Oh yeah. I have found so many public domain books online that I would love to read but hate reading on computer screens. I've tried audio books but I hate hearing them read in someone else's voice. Well...unless it was someone with a…"
"A year ago my wife bought me a Barns & Noble nook - love it! She checked it out - I had to buy HER one if I was ever going to get mine back. Since, we've bought one for our son (35) and my mother. I have the B&W with WiFi and 3G - my…"
"I have an Ellonex, which I would not recommend. a friend has the kindle which looked great ( hope you've bought your ereader already) :)
I must say I was a bit sceptical before switching to ebooks but it has been absolutely FANTASTIC to…"
"Bruce - I'm sorry, but it is not really all that different an argument. "Big pharma makes money and uses it to hide the truth" is just a variation since the claim is that they make money off the thing they want to hide the truth…"
"The trouble with this "somebody made money on this, therefore it is suspect" argument is that it is a logical fallacy, attacking the motive. Let us say that you had it in mind to make a vaccine? Would you do it for free? How much time…"
Using a 3-D scanner at University of Abertay Dundee (UK), that can be accurate up to (or is it down to?) 6 microns. Scientists plan on recreating brains from fossilized bird skulls and comparing them to a variety of modern species. Their focus will be on the flocculus, the area of the bird's brain responsible for integrating visual and balance signals during flight.Here's the link-…See More
"When dealing with crazy you just can't respond as you would to a reasonable person. You have to be careful. I've seen crazy like the universe is wide and I have to support you in lying. Lying is 'not' always a bad…"