All Blog Posts Tagged 'it' (4)

Your Karma Ran Over My Dogma

An interesting thing occurred after I returned to the Land of the Rising Sun. I had been in Tokyo a couple of days, and jet lag had seemed not to be too much of an issue, thanks to napping at the appropriate times. However, after running about Harajuku with a friend of mine and visiting Oedo Onsen afterwards, I was a content and drowsy foreigner. We each paid the fee for all the wonderfulness that was the Old-fashioned Edo village inside the bathhouse, on the way out. We tossed on our shoes and… Continue

Added by Nerdlass on January 8, 2012 at 12:00am — 3 Comments

Just as annoying on national radio

I often come to the site and nit pick, point out fallacy, and am the ever present skeptic. It can be annoying, I know, but I cant help it...and yesterday when I heard the CBC claim that Jupiter's lost belt would be around 150,000 KM long, I just couldnt sit idly by without response. Fortunately for the listeners, CBC found a most clever and entertaining method to wrap my comments in, which, I felt, made it well worth sharing with all you folks at A/N.…



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Added by ryan cameron on May 19, 2010 at 7:43am — 1 Comment

I know how it started

I’ve always wondered, “When did humans realize they were mortal?”



Were we Australopithecus? Homo erectus? Or did we have to wait until we were fully Homo sapiens?





Imagine a small group of early humans. What did they think was happening when one of them was killed by a predator and became “something” that resembled the very same meat they had for dinner last night! What did they think? Did they consciously tell themselves “we are just mobile meat waiting to be killed… Continue

Added by Philippe on February 5, 2010 at 6:46am — 3 Comments

Think about it: the story of Noah and the flood.

Why do atheists have a problem accepting the bible as the word of God? I think one example is the story of Noah and the flood. Now I am not a big reader of the bible. I know for some atheists reading the bible was the catalyst that drove them to nonbelief. I am not as familiar with the bible as most so if I misunderstand the story of Noah feel free to correct me.



To summarize, for those even less familiar then me, God looks upon the… Continue

Added by Dennis on September 21, 2008 at 6:56pm — 3 Comments

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