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Physicists

Many questions are more important then the expected number of gods in the Universe. We deal with the laws and phenomena of Nature.

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Comment by Chris G on February 27, 2012 at 7:08pm

@ Cane, You might be interested in the National Atheist Party

"We are an American political party, uniquely formed as a true, constitutional movement, reaching out to all who seek a secular government as outlined in the First Amendment to our United States Constitution. Our mission: To politically represent U.S. atheists and all who are drawn to our mandate, in a political process that has thus far marginalized and ignored one of the largest and growing segments of the U.S. population...."

Comment by thewoodenwand on February 26, 2012 at 4:19pm

Please take the time to watch my new video on 3D space.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQkhurJxhhk&feature=colike

Comment by thewoodenwand on February 26, 2012 at 4:17pm

Howard I know how you feel, My Uncle was Professor of Physics at NYU and a student of his was going to drop out of college because she was flunking his 101 class, but she loved the subject, he motivated her, found her a tutor and she passed, got BS, MA and Phd. At his funeral she said imagine if Dr. Otis had not taken the time to talk to me, I would have never won the Noble prize in Physics.

Comment by thewoodenwand on February 26, 2012 at 4:12pm


Even Micheal Moyer, publisher, authur and Senior editor of Scientific American understands my video. He writes in Feb, 2012 SiAm page 36 "At at level we humans are comfortable with-space appears to be smooth, continuous thing. We never see a car move down the street instantaneously leaping from one place to next as if lit by God's strobe light.

Comment by AtheistTech on September 5, 2011 at 5:39am
Where do we Atheists get organized so that we can voice our opinions when voting. We need to send a message to the religious right that we will no longer stand for their delusions. We need Atheists in Congress and as President in order for this country to be a leader in science and education. So, as Atheists, and hopefully, scientists, how do we get organized?
Comment by Howard S. Dunn on December 31, 2009 at 12:05am
I'm an artist, not a physicist. But I spent many an hour talking about the 'big questions' with a very respected one. My 'step-father-in-law' (whatever that means) who was Chairman of the Physics department at Rutgers University for a record sixteen years. He totally beefed up their string theory research staff.

He was a true atheist. He was both curious and a skeptic. He really helped me see the aesthetics of math, physics, and cosmology. He gave me a great book for my birthday: "Five Equations that Changed the World" Awesome book. Awesome man. I truly miss him.

At his funeral a year ago, I was one of the only people there who was (tactfully) appalled at the Episcopalian service his daughters gave him. I decided - if I don't procrastinate till it's too late - that I want to do one of those slightly creepy 'Hi, I'm dead now' videos to make sure that everyone is clear that I've left the building and no one is ever going to see me again.
Comment by Jaume on December 9, 2009 at 4:49am
Alternate link

Works for me.
Comment by Harold Shuckhart on December 8, 2009 at 6:57pm
I came across an interesting site called the symphony of science. Here is a link: http://bit(dot)ly/sci-symphony. Replace the '(dot)' with '.' when you retype the url. I don't understand why their is an icon for 'hyperlink' above this box when it does not work. Any attempt to embed html doesn't work. At least, not for me. Any suggestions?
Comment by John Secular Smith on August 26, 2009 at 9:12pm
Hi all! I'm Stephan, I just joined. I'm a biologist keeping an eye on the physicists group to see when cool physics things come up and maybe learn something.
Comment by Amber J on July 6, 2009 at 10:49am
Hey all, just thought I'd drop in and introduce myself. I see there's very little activity here so I'll try to brighten things up a bit ^^

I'm a student at the University of Victoria (Canadian), currently in my 3rd year and studying physics, astronomy and math. I'll be taking a break for a few semesters though as my husband and I decided we wanted a baby. I'm not technically a physicist yet, but it should happen in the future assuming nothing goes wrong. Hope you don't mind me dropping in :)

I just found this website yesterday (AN) and am loving it so far. It's very difficult to find anybody to talk to about atheism (in general) where I am, including at the University, surprisingly.
 

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