Woooooooooooooo!!!!! It's 4am in the mornign and our parliment has just approved gay marriage. There's no english speaking newswire with the news yet, so here's some 'old' article about the debate:Argentina's Senate debates gay marriage law Supporters of the law gathered outsidecongress as the debate continuedArgentina's Senate is debating a proposal to legalise gay marriage.The country's Chamber of Deputies has already approved same-sex marriage and has now sent the legislation to the Senate…See More
¿Alguno notó que en la página de Atheist Alliance International, en la parte de convenciones dice: 2010: AAI South American Conference hosted by Asociación Civil de Ateos en Argentina (ArgAtea)in Buenos Aires, Argentina, TBD¿Alguien sabe de esto? Sé que en http://www.congresodeateismo.org.ar/ hablan de un Segundo Congreso nacinal de Ateísmo coordinado por la…See More
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I've never think that Daneel would write me. Wooh! But you can find Asimov's books in BA too. Imagine that I have read the Foundation Trilogy and the before and after books of this collection without problems, in Spanish. If you need and electronic version of them, just let me know. Regards.
Daniel (from BA too)
Welcome to Atheist Nexus with its 9000 good friends and discussion groups.
Among the groups, may I suggest trying the busy group “ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion.....” with its 130 commonsense discussions to repel religious nonsense. You will be welcome.
One discussion is "Proud to be Atheist" (74 posts) seeing that atheists and humanists hold the intellectual high ground compared with the pathetic superstitions of the god followers.
Terry Meaden (archaeologist; founder of “Origins”)