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Mar 13, 2013
Glen Rosenberg commented on R K Sudan's blog post A Conscious Creeper!
"Did he who made the creeper make thee? If so will the creeper see what I see? Sentient creeper animal sleeper sentient peeper matter in motion weeper"
Aug 1, 2012
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A Conscious Creeper!

This is a creeper – a plant belonging to the gourd family. As the name suggests, it creeps along gripping at supports like grass or branches of another tree / shrub. The head grows spreading its tentacles that grow rapidly and grip another body for movement. Curiously the head always stays upright and clear of the ground. The thread like tentacle having fine bristles all over it is so sensitive that it behaves like a conscious entity.  It seems like consciously floating its pointed end in order…See More
Aug 1, 2012
Alex Barnham commented on R K Sudan's blog post Book Review
"I thought most god theories, myths, etc indicated they came from the sky...nephilim means men from the sky, Hindu avatars means to descend, and the number of gods devised over human history has to number in the millions so the study would have to be…"
Apr 20, 2012
Carolyn commented on R K Sudan's blog post Book Review
"Gods come from volcanoes?  Hmm, substitute dead aliens, and badda-bing:  Scientology!  They're gunna love this book.  :-D"
Apr 20, 2012
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Book Review

The Invention of God: The Natural Origins of Mythology and Religion by Bill LauritzenIn this book Bill Lauritzen postulates a brand new theory of Invention of Gods by the Homo sapiens. His theory is that primitive people might have believed that gods came from volcanoes (as they lived therein). He puts forth a convincing argument based…See More
Apr 18, 2012
Alexey Kopchinskiy commented on R K Sudan's blog post A case for building sturdier nuclear power plants.
""If these accidents and those just waiting to happen.." So what do you suppose we have to do?"
Mar 20, 2012
Dogly commented on R K Sudan's blog post A case for building sturdier nuclear power plants.
"@  Alexey Kopchinskiy , "If there wouldn't be these two terrible accidents, Chernobyl and Fukushima" , well, there were! And Three Mile Island, and every other plant and nuclear mine and facility with leaking tanks,…"
Mar 19, 2012
Alexey Kopchinskiy commented on R K Sudan's blog post A case for building sturdier nuclear power plants.
"Unswerving Dogly There are plenty of uranium for next 1000 years. NPPs need thousand times less ore to produce the same amount of energy then oil /gas plants. Wind energy fails as a global alternative. Other renewables are in juvenile state. So what…"
Mar 19, 2012
Herbert Philip Peters commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"What should this ‘consciousness’ do for us? Super consciousness and superhuman beings? The following is from a small booklet – The heaven of the heart. “Escape from yourself and be free “Are you afraid of the shadows…"
Oct 5, 2011
Herbert Philip Peters commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"Understanding consciousness from exploitation and foolishness “Fools are a gift of god, we should use them,” wrote Anu a nursing student. When she was an 8th standard student, she went to play with a boy of 6th standard to another…"
Oct 4, 2011
R K Sudan commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"COMMENTS on: Understanding consciousness from its antonyms or opposites By Herbert Peters   Understanding a phenomenon from its ‘opposite’ is a perfectly valid method. Science is working on models that take the course of tracking…"
Sep 29, 2011
Herbert Philip Peters commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"Consciousness is a super intelligence something like a parent within – God within or Immanuel? One forenoon, I gave three sets of Xerox of a book ‘How we Reason’ for binding. Had lunch and went into a siesta. I woke up with the…"
Sep 23, 2011
R K Sudan commented on jackie browne's blog post religion....
"A very good honest and sober assertion."
Sep 20, 2011
Herbert Philip Peters commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"- It has something to do with attention and controlling our attention? - The opposite is an emotional state when a person does not know what he is doing. - The drunken state is also not a conscious state.  - Is it a division of memory:…"
Sep 20, 2011
Matthew Land commented on R K Sudan's blog post Of Consciousness and confusion
"If you listen to what Sam Harris has to say about consciuosness, the ideal of self or "I" is just a biproduct of our subconscious mind making descisions.  He believes that the descision has already been made before our…"
Sep 17, 2011

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A Conscious Creeper!

Posted on August 1, 2012 at 5:00am 1 Comment

This is a creeper – a plant belonging to the gourd family. As the name suggests, it creeps along gripping at supports like grass or branches of another tree / shrub. The head grows spreading its tentacles that grow rapidly and grip another body for movement. Curiously the head always stays upright and clear of the ground. The thread like tentacle having fine bristles all over it is so sensitive that it behaves like a conscious entity.  It seems like consciously floating its pointed end in…

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Book Review

Posted on April 18, 2012 at 7:48am 2 Comments

The Invention of God: The Natural Origins of Mythology and Religion by Bill Lauritzen

In this book Bill Lauritzen postulates a brand new theory of Invention of Gods by the Homo sapiens. His theory is that primitive people might hav…

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Of Consciousness and confusion

Posted on September 17, 2011 at 8:54am 6 Comments

The common viewpoint and generally accepted definition of consciousness is “awareness of the self or I”. This concept of “I” makes most of the confusion related to consciousness. Honestly, I haven’t so far been able to understand, accept or deny, or define this phenomenon which even science has just started studying and philosophers have always found difficult to handle.…

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Why We Believe in God. - Book Review

Posted on September 1, 2011 at 4:00am 5 Comments

Why We Believe in God(s) by J Anderson Thomson

A Review.

At the first glimpse one wonders why this 140 something page small format book was brought out in a book form when all this could well have been…

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At 5:45pm on January 23, 2011, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

Hello to R.K. Sudan.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Internet atheism----free of belief in those superstitions and those fictional gods of the masses.

We invite you to make good friends by joining the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 400 discussion topics and 2300 members.
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