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James Randi said I can't call it 'shameless' self-promotion because it's redundant. So here: Watch my athiest/skeptical webseries. Please.

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Nerd Jan 28, 2010. 2 Replies

Can't really think of more fun way to post this than this topic. I've cross-posted this and I apologize for that, but I really feel that it's always nice to watch media and comedies that you know…Continue

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Tarquin St John Sh'gn'sty replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion James Randi said I can't call it 'shameless' self-promotion because it's redundant. So here: Watch my athiest/skeptical webseries. Please.
""Shameless self promotion covers it pretty well' Will I visit your site? NO This is a discussion forum. If you have something to say I may become interested in your creative output. You win half an internet for chutzpah,"
Jan 28, 2010
Adi Ashburner posted a discussion

James Randi said I can't call it 'shameless' self-promotion because it's redundant. So here: Watch my athiest/skeptical webseries. Please.

Can't really think of more fun way to post this than this topic. I've cross-posted this and I apologize for that, but I really feel that it's always nice to watch media and comedies that you know aren't going to pull an irritable spiritual twist to thematically suit them.In this vein, I have a comedy webseries that just released its second episode which has a rather a lot to do with religion.Set 10 years after a cataclysmic event has killed 75% of the world'spopulation, three friends struggle…See More
Jan 27, 2010
John Secular Smith replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion Help a webseries out... with science! in the group Atheists who love Science!
"A slightly more realistic cosmic event would be a nearby supernova."
Jan 11, 2010
Wonderist replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion Help a webseries out... with science! in the group Atheists who love Science!
"You could go for something environment related. Like massive algae dieoff causing subsequent worldwide ecosystem collapses, food shortage, subsequent wars, etc. Or a sudden shift in weather patterns with much the same effect. Consider if it started…"
Jan 10, 2010
John Secular Smith replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion Help a webseries out... with science! in the group Atheists who love Science!
"Neutron star fragments passing through the solar system, shooting out beams of deadly radiation at more or less random as they pass the Earth, killing everything in the spot where they strike."
Jan 10, 2010
Boothby171 replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion Help a webseries out... with science! in the group Atheists who love Science!
"Cataclysmic solar flare (or solar storm)? http://dsc.discovery.com/videos/perfect-disaster-solar-storm.html http://dsc.discovery.com/space/my-take/solar-storm-sten-odenwald.html " For example, we know that the worst times for solar storms are…"
Jan 10, 2010
Adi Ashburner added a discussion to the group Atheists who love Science!
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Help a webseries out... with science!

Hey guys,I'm posting from Toronto, Ontario where I'm working on episodes 3 and 4 of a dark science fiction comedy web series:http://www.youtube.com/user/ThisDayMustEnd#p/a/u/1/5_ewoseF3xUOr http://www.thisdaymustend.comHere's the deal where I need some help. The series is set 10 years after a cataclysmic event has killed 75% of the world's population, and three friends…See More
Jan 10, 2010
Adi Ashburner joined Sara's group
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Atheists who love Science!

A group for science enthusiasts of all types -- professionals, amateurs, students, anybody who loves science.
Jan 10, 2010
Daniel W replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion This Day Must End: Episode 2 is out. in the group Gay Atheists
"Enjoyed it."
Jan 2, 2010
Adi Ashburner replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion This Day Must End: Episode 2 is out. in the group Gay Atheists
"My composer actually has a rather keen interest in closed-captioning, I shall definitely ask him. It would be great, but my only constraint is time. I'm the editor/director/VFX guy/sound guy But I'm guessing that a program like that would…"
Jan 1, 2010
Eric replied to Adi Ashburner's discussion This Day Must End: Episode 2 is out. in the group Gay Atheists
"So any feedback - positive and negative - let me know! Here's my negative feedback. I looked at your link, and as far as I am able to determine, after the opening moments when some words do appear on the YouTube video, neither episode appears…"
Jan 1, 2010
Adi Ashburner replied to A Former Member's discussion Has homophobia ruined straight male/male bonding?
"This is really interesting post, and very well researched. On the one hand, I'd like to write a well reasoned reply conjecturing on the topic. Unfortunately, I don't have time, so instead I'll just post a video that does point out…"
Jan 1, 2010
Adi Ashburner added a discussion to the group Toronto Atheists
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This Day Must End - a comedy webseries in Toronto.

Hey all,I'm cross-posting this on a few of my groups. Naughty, I know, but since this has to do with gays, athiesm and Toronto, I thought it'd be okay. Plus it's fun. And everyone likes fun.Anyway, I have a comedy webseries that just released its second episode which has a rather a lot to do with religion.Set 10 years after a cataclysmic event has killed 75% of the world's population, three friends struggle to get by working in the world's now most-successful company: A grief counseling…See More
Jan 1, 2010
Adi Ashburner added a discussion to the group Gay Atheists
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This Day Must End: Episode 2 is out.

Hey all,I'm cross-posting this on a few of my groups. Naughty, I know, but since this has to do with gays, athiesm and Toronto, I thought it'd be okay. Plus it's fun. And everyone likes fun.Anyway, I have a comedy webseries that just released its second episode which has a rather a lot to do with religion.Set 10 years after a cataclysmic event has killed 75% of the world's population, three friends struggle to get by working in the world's now most-successful company: A grief counseling…See More
Jan 1, 2010
Adi Ashburner commented on Stephen Goldin's group Science Fiction/Fantasy Atheists
"Hey all, I'm cross-posting this on a few of my groups. Naughty, I know, but since this has to do with gays, athiesm and Toronto, I thought it'd be okay. Plus it's fun. And everyone likes fun. Anyway, I have a comedy webseries that…"
Jan 1, 2010

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At 5:53am on April 26, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Adi! Have a very happy birthday.
At 9:18am on November 19, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hello and welcome to this splendid, international site and its thousands of bright people like you who recognise that religion is a fraud and gods are nothing but fictions inside the brains of the credulous.

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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 230 discussion topics.

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http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/originsuniverselifehumankindanddarwin
At 8:50pm on November 15, 2009, Kevin said…
Hi Adi,

Good to see another Toronto atheist join.
At 8:35pm on November 15, 2009, Daniel W said…
Adi,
Welcome to A|N and to the Gay Atheists group. Looking forward to hearing more from you!
At 8:27pm on November 15, 2009, Stephen Goldin said…
Welcome to the SFF group. Hope you have a lot of fun here.
 
 
 

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