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Sheldon rooney left a comment for Heidi Guedel
"I strongly suggest you follow @atheistworld and @rooney4030 for discussions on religion from an atheist point of view, they are pro-atheist pages that dont threaten against religion but teach about positive atheism and the use of evidence"
Jul 3, 2013
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Winning Arguments!

Practice your skills to win religious debates using information, persuasion, logic, and reason!
Jan 11, 2010
Prog Rock Girl replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Christopher Hitchens Believes Women Can't be Funny!!! in the group Atheist Humor
"I think she is pretty funny, and she definitely is not imitating men: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9E4M39FRIGc&feature=player_embedded"
Nov 22, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Christopher Hitchens Believes Women Can't be Funny!!! in the group Atheist Humor
"@ 1:17 Hitch says: "She (Allessandra)has been unable to write this piece (her rebuttal in Vanity Fair) without direct reference to the exceptions that I made, as well as the examples that I gave." and then @ 2:08 - 2:15, Hitch continues:…"
Nov 18, 2009
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Secular celebrations, including life transitions and how we commemorate them.
Nov 12, 2009
Prog Rock Girl replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Christopher Hitchens Believes Women Can't be Funny!!! in the group Atheist Humor
"Back a few decades ago, scientists had a view that women shouldn't participate in science b/c "women are too emotional, and science is rational"--in other words a bias that women shouldn't be in science b/c they'll be too…"
Nov 11, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"Well said, Katrina. I'm a bit saddened by Dawkins' treatment of Sheldrake, but I still respect and admire Dawkins, and I have a feeling of empathic understanding concerning the ego investment. The interesting complication about Masaru…"
Oct 19, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"Thanks Katrina. That's why it's so good to find other atheists here who acknowledge this dimension of experience. I love what Rupert Sheldrake said in reply to Richard Dawkins when Dawkins poo-poohed Sheldrake's experiments and…"
Oct 19, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Lisangelo's discussion What is an atheist pagan? in the group Atheist Pagans
"Chris: "I appreciate returning to the origin of the word "pagan": a country-dwelling person of the land. Classically, the outcast, castout, castaways (lepers, heretics, heathens, etc). For many this seems a good place since we are…"
Oct 18, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Lisangelo's discussion What is an atheist pagan? in the group Atheist Pagans
"Angie - Dr. Rupert Sheldrake conducted experiments in London with nursing mothers because his wife told him that she would get the milk-let-down response in her breasts even when she was away from their son, and it corresponded with her baby…"
Oct 18, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"My interest in such phenomena are due to my own experiences. For a recent example: Two weeks ago I felt moved to secure the lock on our front gate. I do not normally do this because we hardly ever receive unexpected visitors. Although we do keep…"
Oct 18, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"Rupert Sheldrake tells us (in his book "Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home") that no one has repeated the Rene' Peoc'h experiments. However, I found a source for robots controlled by random event…"
Oct 18, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"Perhaps I've misunderstood the term "pantheism" - I am skeptical of anything which attributes the natural world to the presence or power of any "deity"... therefore, I do not consider nature and god to be one and the same. I…"
Oct 18, 2009
Paul Harrison replied to Heidi Guedel's discussion Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments in the group Pantheism- Naturalistic Spirituality
"Rene, naturalistic Pantheism is just as physicalist and just as skeptical as atheism. We just add a deep feeling of connection and belonging to Nature and the wider Universe. You say you are not a Pantheist - so why are you creating a discussion on…"
Oct 18, 2009
Heidi Guedel replied to Marc Draco's discussion The Salem Hypothesis - is induction the key? in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"EXTREMELY interesting, Marc. I had no idea who Bruce Salem was/is and I just got through Googling and reading about the Salem Hypothesis. I copied the following text from the Wiki page regarding the Salem hypothesis (emphasis mine): "In a…"
Oct 18, 2009
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Rene' Peoc'h telekinesis experiments

From pp 271-3 of RUPERT SHELDRAKE'S "DOGS THAT KNOW WHEN THEIR OWNERS ARE COMING HOME"Human intentions can bring about effects at a distance in a variety of ways: a dog can pick up its owner's intention to come home from many miles away; a cat can respond to its owner's silent call; and a person can feel the intention of someone to call by telephone. Likewise, animals' intentions can affect people to whom they are bonded, as when cats in distress call their owners to the rescue. And animals'…See More
Oct 17, 2009

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At 10:43pm on July 3, 2013, Sheldon rooney said…
I strongly suggest you follow @atheistworld and @rooney4030 for discussions on religion from an atheist point of view, they are pro-atheist pages that dont threaten against religion but teach about positive atheism and the use of evidence
At 1:35pm on May 16, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…
Greetings, Heidi! I notice you haven't been active at Atheist Nexus since Jan. <sigh> Sometimes it can seem a bit fragmented, with different groups for every interest. Please consider a group for socializing, where we talk about whatever's on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D You might feel more at home.
At 11:34am on March 2, 2010, Little Name Atheist said…
One of your books is listed in the Nexus Book club. Do you have any others you'd like listed?
At 3:29pm on September 17, 2009, A Former Member said…
Thank you for joining LINGUAPHILES & SESQUIPEDALIANS. I look forward to your contributions.

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At 9:05pm on September 3, 2009, Atheist Exile said…
Hi Heidi,

You know, last night, I saw, on the Internet, that Whitney Houston has a new album out. So I opened Limewire and searched for her "I look to you" album. Whitney's songs (including old ones) starting scrolling down my screen.

I waited for the list to settle down, then went to the top of the list. There at the top was "I Will Always Love You". At that very moment, I heard a VERY bad rendition of that same song coming from the karaoke bar down the street!

Weird coincidence, huh? I immediately thought of you :-)
At 10:27pm on September 2, 2009, Atheist Exile said…
Your quote:

"Did you know that the Catholic Church has decided to offer a new, low-fat, non-hydrogenated, whole grain communion wafer? It's called: "I Can't Believe it's Not Jesus"

Funny! Is that joke your creation?
At 10:38am on August 31, 2009, Colin Littlejohn said…
It's a great site, Heidi, isn't it? Plenty of free-thinkers, that's for sure.
At 8:34pm on August 30, 2009, Daniel W said…
Happy Birthday Heidi!
Be happy, healthy, and strong! Prosper and have many more!
At 6:21pm on August 30, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to the discussion group "Origins". Do visit often and participate.
 
 
 

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