All Blog Posts Tagged 'angels' (3)

Angels (ampersand) Demons

Just watched the movie Angel & Demons.

Now I'm not a review guy, just pointing a few things out in it.



Good movie btw.



In the movie a scientist ultimately saves a church and city. Yay! The church goes on about how God sent him to same them and a bunch of mumbo jumbo and he just says 'I don't think so.' It was so funny. Even more laughs come from the christian reviews that I read saying that the movie was about how faith triumphs overall.



Excuse me......… Continue

Added by Kyle Ziggy on November 30, 2009 at 1:00am — 5 Comments

Brain as computer- some ramblings

In the debate over the virus metaphor, many people miss the clear parallels between the human brain and a computer. While many have no problem with the notion that computers can be infected with a metaphorical "virus", it seems that the line is drawn when the human brain is involved. There is abundant evidence that biological viruses can infect and take control of organic brains - controlling them much as a computer virus does. What makes us so resistant to the notion that ideas can do the same… Continue

Added by Darrel Ray on April 5, 2009 at 4:10pm — 3 Comments

2 Types of Atheists

I believe there are two primary groups of atheists.



The first being the group who lives in harmony with religion; believing that all religions can tolerate one another and exist together. I also believe the 'closet-atheists' fit into this group.



Next is the group I fit into; the group who believe that religion is incompatible with human life and causes more problems than it solves. I personally believe that religions put up a wall for the advancment of human-kind. Even… Continue

Added by Adam Johnson on January 12, 2009 at 5:21am — 16 Comments

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