"I was introduced to His Dark Materials when I downloaded a massive quantity of eBooks while living in China. Unfortunately, I've not seen any of the other books in the series available for download. (Not that I've looked hard. I'm…"
"I usually hit up various websites (usually on about.com) and find some stuff we can make with science together. My mom doesn't mind that I'm teaching the kids math and chemistry to make rock candy, peanut brittle and other fun stuff.
"Hello and welcome!
While everyone else thought big, my first thought was small. I would have religion lose its grip on my family. A couple years ago my mom was having a bad time with life, and in her state of weakness got really deep in with some…"
"My mother has recently gotten into being a born again Christian, so she prays about everything. When she tells me she is praying for me, I smile warmly and say, "Thank you for your love, support and thoughts. It means a lot." She knows…"
"It's really sort of odd that I even know of Pharyngula. My little brother kept sending me links to that blog, but it took me a good 6 months to go to it without prodding. I'm just not much for any sort of Internet browsing, so I'm…"
"Funny you should bring up saving P.Z.'s pride. I found Atheist Nexus through Pharyngula, but once I got here I was overwhelmed with friendly people and choices of various groups. I've only been here for two days and already feel welcome to…"
I must ask, do you always think in such circular ways? I love your introduction. I could never get myself to be so verbose, so it amazes me with it's depth yet how it barely breaks the surface of an introduction.
You know, I never considered it in terms of being 'circular,' but I guess it is. I just recently rewrote that, and only posted it a few weeks ago. My previous intro was a bit more mundane and detailed. I think I changed it because I have been wanting to look more closely at essence and not detail. I appreciate your input.
Welcome to Atheist Nexus----the world of reasoning, rational sense, free-thinking and its 11,800+ good friends.
Join groups in Nexus when you can, and follow and comment as you wish.
Terry Meaden (archaeologist; physicist; Oxford University; 60+)
founder of the busy science-based group
"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 200 discussion topics and 60+ videos.
The group seeks to understand the mysteries of anything including how life and humans and religion and faith and everything began. There's a lot to talk about. Terry Meaden