Jaakko Wallenius
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"Hi, I just joined and I'm Finnish and, um, yeah, you guessed the rest... So, I obviously joined this group too :) The good thing about being a non-theist in Finland is that nobody cares that much, religion is your own business and you're…"
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"Hei everyone! I see this isn't the most popular group... but I just moved to Finland and I'd love to get involved with atheism and meet other atheists so I thought I'd say moi!"
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The Little Book of Humanity is here

I have namely recently started a brand new blog, called The Little Book of Humanity and it is at http://thelittlebook.blogs.fi/The very modest intention of The Little Book of Humanity is to gather into one blog the very best ideas of secular, humanist and atheist thinkers, writers, poets, philosophers and scientists of the past. The goal is to form a little guidebook on how to be a good…See More
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Atheit Bloggers -network is born

I have been trying out the Ning-network and in the process there came into being a new network for us atheist bloggers, where we can promote our blogs freely http://atheistbloggers.ning.com/

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The Little Book of Humanity is here

Posted on December 25, 2009 at 3:37pm 1 Comment

I have namely recently started a brand new blog, called The Little Book of Humanity and it is at http://thelittlebook.blogs.fi/



The very modest intention of The Little Book of Humanity is to gather into one blog the very best ideas of secular, humanist and atheist thinkers, writers, poets, philosophers and scientists of the past. The goal is to form a little guidebook on how to… Continue

The Little Book of Humanity is here

Posted on December 6, 2009 at 9:42am 0 Comments



I have recently started a brand new blog, called The Little Book of Humanity and it is at http://thelittlebook.blogs.fi/



The very modest intention of The Little Book of Humanity is to gather into one blog the very best ideas of secular, humanist and atheist thinkers, writers, poets, philosophers and scientists of the past. The goal is to form a little guidebook on how to be a good human inhabitant of… Continue

The Atheist News is born

Posted on November 1, 2008 at 1:20pm 0 Comments

I am proud to inform that I have created a brand new atheist blog named "The Atheist News" which is to be found at http://atheistnews.blogs.fi



This blog will be an avenue to publish all the interesting rational and sometimes irritatingly irrational things I encounter in my travels in wide world of the computer internet.



I have published over time a lot of links in Facebook, but as you know Facebook is a perishable commodity. I… Continue

Why do Christians still love the Roman Empire so much?

Posted on July 18, 2008 at 4:56pm 3 Comments

Taken from my blog at http://beinghuman.blogs.fi



The freedom on thinking and the general development of societies have always been following a common path. The Greece of antiquity reached unprecedented achievement in science and arts when their religion did not really stall the development of the free thought in this society.



When thinking became freer, there was an explosion of ideas and also a new kind of economic vitality that made the material improvement of this… Continue

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At 9:38am on February 23, 2009, Michele Rickard said…
Haven't said hello in a while, so... hello! I hope you're doing well!
At 2:27pm on August 31, 2008, Jaakko Wallenius said…
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2668560761490749816

'Undercover Mosque' is really scary stuff; on the other hand I felt quite sorry for these utterly brainwashed people ranting mindlessly against their fellow human beings.
At 5:42pm on July 26, 2008, Rosa said…
Of course I didn't mean your blog! Your blog is wonderful, I'm officially addicted to it (I'm currently reading, "why are Holy Books dangerous")... maybe I'm in the minority but I think it's much better than that pharyngula fad.

Yes, you should be proud of the argumentative baloney at the FSM church discussion... I was making a joke at you making up all these seemingly believable arguments regarding FSM-N when there's really nothing to argue about cause everybody knows FSM Original Recipe TM is the one true way.

p.s. I noticed your last message only by chance (it doesn't make much sense for you to post it in your own comments' section you know), I came back to congratulate you on this, "A sad state of affairs comes to an extremely clear light when you compare the early achievements of Judaism and Christianity with the achievements of the more ancient Greeks. Those semitic nomads that gave us their holy book did in fact accomplish next to nothing in real world and they did not leave other visible marks in the world beyond this old book"...

p.s.2. pardon any difficulties you have at understanding me, English is not my mother tongue (and I suppose it isn't yours either lol)
At 4:41pm on July 26, 2008, Jaakko Wallenius said…
You said: "now who would have thought anyone could come up with so much argumentative baloney?"

I am somewhat perplexed, shoud I now be proud or what?

ps. I hope you mean this http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/churchoftheflyingspaghettimonster/forum/topic/show?id=2182797%3ATopic%3A47761 and not my blog at http://beinghuman.blogs.fi...
At 4:22pm on July 26, 2008, Rosa said…
Hi, I just read your latest post at "your church is so wrong"...now who would have thought anyone could come up with so much argumentative baloney? lol
At 5:15pm on July 24, 2008, Rosa said…
I asure you my "friend", this is just a clever scheme of mine to guide your lost soul towards the path of the one true faith.
At 3:05pm on July 24, 2008, Rosa said…
Ahoy matey! ;)
At 12:30am on July 23, 2008, Susa said…
Juu, nyt olen liittynyt myös Suomen omaan osioon, kiitos kysymästä. Niin itse asiassa luulin eilenkin tehneeni :)
Vasta harjoittelen tämäntyyppisten saittien käyttöä - toivottavasti tämä viesti tulee oikeaan paikkaan..
At 12:39pm on July 21, 2008, Jaakko Wallenius said…
Thanks Ken for asking, but I must say that I hardly know who Mika Häkkinen is, as I don't follow any sports at all anymore. I think I have found something more creative to do than watching passively for some cars go round a circuit for hours to an end.
I have four different active blogs in two languages, I'm writing a book at the moment and I have a little business repairing computers besides my full-time dayjob as a journalist.
All of this would be quite impossible to accomblish if I would spend my evenings in front of a TV-set.
I can of course still remember the lure of the sports, and even as if I have made my own choice I am quite at ease with others who have decided otherwise.
At 12:19pm on July 21, 2008, Ken McKnight said…
Do you follow Formula One racing at all? My wife and I were big fans of Mika Hakkinen before he retired.
 
 
 

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