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“...Threats to the Special Place of Humanity Caused Uproar and Resistance”*

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joan Denoo Apr 7, 2018. 2 Replies

The first threat might have been the discovery that the earth was not the center of the universe. Did the first known uproar and resitance occur in ancient Egypt?Another early threat was the…Continue

Tags: resistance, uproar, fear, threat, superstition

Social Power Can Be Hurtful. Has Anyone Not Been Hurt By Its Use?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Mar 15, 2018. 26 Replies

A single mother told me she would teach her son that power is evil.Her manner told me someone had hurt her, so I did not ask what kind of power she would use to produce that result.The shortest…Continue

Tags: politics, power

The Three Happinesses — Money, Power, and Sex — and Religions Try to Take Them Away

Started this discussion. Last reply by Compelledunbeliever Mar 20, 2018. 3 Replies

Back when I was in college and comparing world religions, I might have dallied with Tantric Buddhism for a while. I liked that Tantra held sex to be a spiritual good. But then I found that it too…Continue

Tags: religion, sex, power, money, happiness

Politics. Where Can People Better Perfect Their Ability to Fool the Innocent (the Naive)?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Sarbeck Mar 4, 2018. 7 Replies

Donald Trump doesn’t try to conceal his lies. Most politicians do. For one instance of many, JFK.“If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.”Who debunks…Continue

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Joan Denoo liked tom sarbeck's discussion The USA Is Becoming More Secular in An Important Way (Despite the Pessimism of A Few of Us)
May 11
kathy: ky replied to tom sarbeck's discussion The USA Is Becoming More Secular in An Important Way (Despite the Pessimism of A Few of Us)
"Chris,  I'm not in Mo. I'm in Ky.  In God We Trust is imprinted in the license plate.  Or,  The Bluegrass State.  I chose the latter. "
May 10
tom sarbeck replied to Tom Sarbeck's discussion Are We Trashing the Solar System? Need We Ask?
"Lee, some of the future residents of planets will regard our trash as sacred places where their gods landed."
Apr 5
Tom Sarbeck commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"The Vatican’s Closet? I read the Kindle sample, Bert, and 62 years after quitting RC’ism I’m wondering if the chief vice of straight C’lics will be denial. Having avoided biology in high school and college, I…"
Mar 3
Randall Smith commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"Here's a couple of good books I just finished: Pandemic 1918, by Catharine Arnold, and A Mind Unraveled, by Kurt Eichenwald. I didn't know much about the influenza epidemic 100 years ago (the year of my parents birth). Reading…"
Jan 30
Grinning Cat liked tom sarbeck's discussion Cold-brewed Coffee!
Jan 22
Craigart14 commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"I'm just re-reading James Carroll's Constantine's Sword: The Church and the Jews. Detailed study of Catholicism's mistreatment of Jews, which Carroll argues not only culminated in but led inevitably to the Holocaust."
Dec 15, 2018
Tom Sarbeck commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"Joan, about Trump’s sowing chaos: Naomi Klein is right, but the people at MSNBC were S-L-O-W to see his chaos as a tool for getting power."
Dec 9, 2018
Tom Sarbeck commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"Plinius, thanks for the ‘Darwin Comes to Town’ tip. At Amazon I bought a different one by the same author. I always get a book’s sample and look at its TOC, but in DCtoT it’s out of reach, somewhere after Chapter 1. I checked…"
Dec 9, 2018
Plinius commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250127822 'Darwin comes to town' is a book about urban ecology. The things we observe around our neighbourhoods come together in a pattern of evolution. Very readable and interesting!"
Dec 9, 2018
Randall Smith commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
""We might be able to restore order...". I'm not holding my breath."
Oct 9, 2018
Joan Denoo commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need ~ Naomi Klein The chaos of the Trump administration sends one into a whirlpool from which it seems impossible to escape. The disorder is a tool, an instrument…"
Oct 9, 2018
Plinius commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"I'm taking a dip in the history of Canada, starting with explorations at the end of the 18th century. A good read! Brian Hutchinson - The Frazer."
Oct 9, 2018
Randall Smith commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"Who We Are and How We Got Here, by David Reich is a look at current DNA research on human geographical distribution around the world. The science explanations were fairly easy to understand (at least to this science geek), but beyond that, the…"
Oct 7, 2018
Randall Smith commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"Sounds like something I'd like. Thanks Bertold."
Jul 23, 2018
Tom Sarbeck commented on tom sarbeck's group Books:- Non-fiction
"So many n-f books; so little time. Science, politics & history (usually in that order on a Kindle reader so I can switch w/o toting two or more physical books). Though with age (87 yrs) I remain calm about the outrages humans perpetrate on other…"
Jul 22, 2018

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Born Dec 1930. Atheist 6yrs; Catholic 20yrs; Agnostic 52yrs; Atheist 6yrs; Materialist.
Cincinnati until 1947, St. Pete FL until 1950, US Navy until 1952, St. Pete until 1954, Gainesville (UofF) until 1961, Tallahassee (FlaStUniv) until 1962, into computers where I became a migratory worker (St. Pete, Daytona Beach, Houston, Austin, Phoenix). Retired to San Francisco then Yountville.

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At 9:41pm on December 6, 2017, Patricia said…

No, I don't really discuss it, I just like to try to learn something.

Thanks for adding me.

At 8:10am on May 16, 2017, Loren Miller said…

Tom, regarding how to add pix, all I can tell you is how I've long since done it on my "How To Do It" page.  If you can show me a specific instance where you want to add a picture and it isn't working, I can look at that.  Otherwise, I have nothing to go by.

At 2:11am on February 28, 2017, Diane Berlin said…
Well I have a good friend who just moved to Nolensville. She loves it there but she is very Christian and has already joined a church. So that will be her social life. I want to be able to fit in and make friends without having to join a church. She knows that I'm not religious but doesn't know about my growing hostility with religious Bible thumpers who seem
M to be getting more judge mental than ever. My mom is Evangelical and has stopped trying to save me. I hate living in Southern California because it is so crowded and expensive and there is no nature but I'm not sure if Tn would work. It would be a place to retire to. Husband is in the music business
At 7:34am on February 26, 2017, Jean Larsen said…

I was initially raised Catholic by my grandmother. My father hated the Catholic church. Its good to be in touch with like minded folk instead of biting my tongue.

At 8:50pm on February 17, 2017, Dorsite Doe said…
Thank you for the nice welcome. My area of geophysics is seismology (earthquakes), but I onow you can find seashells in the Sahara. That would be a fun field trip.
At 10:04pm on February 9, 2017, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Thanks for friending me.

At 10:02am on June 2, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

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

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