All Blog Posts Tagged 'science' (169)

Religions Should Accept Findings Of Science:

I'm in discussions with Theists who are in constant denial of Science that goes anywhere near not supporting their Faith.

They claim to understand science and the findings of scientists, accept health warnings and findings in Cosmology and Geology, but only up to where the sciences don't interfere with their faith.

Once there is conflict with faith, they completely deny and deride scientific findings.

Now we know that Genesis and the…

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Added by Dyslexic's DOG on September 16, 2014 at 10:24pm — 1 Comment

Are atheists spiritual? Yes! If you mean atheists posses a sense of wonder and love

Without a doubt, some animals have an awareness of life and death. One obvious example is the elephant. Even dogs and monkeys are known to grieve. There is something in the brain that registers those realities and humans are the only ones with verbal language to express their feelings of loss and grief. However, there are other languages, i.e. holding and carrying a dead baby, laying on a grave, touching the dead body. It is only recently that humans came to…

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Added by Joan Denoo on September 12, 2014 at 10:23am — 13 Comments

RR Excerpt #16: Science vs. Religion "Reconciliation Theories"

This is excerpt #16 from The Reason Revolution: Atheism, Secular Humanism, and the Collapse of Religion, a short, FREE e-book available at Smashwords, Goodreads, and Amazon

Readers are invited to post online reviews at the download…

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Added by DAN DANA on September 10, 2014 at 10:05am — 2 Comments

RR Excerpt #11: Most Scientists Are Atheists

This is excerpt #11 from The Reason Revolution: Atheism, Secular Humanism, and the Collapse of Religion, a short, FREE e-book available at Smashwords, Goodreads, and Amazon

Readers are invited to post online reviews at the download site. …

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Added by DAN DANA on August 31, 2014 at 1:00pm — 3 Comments

Doubt

God of the gaps means whenever you cannot explain some thing then "god did it." I know of no other thinking process, except superstition, to define it.

Science is all we have. All of life, indeed, all of the universe is so complex we can’t possibly know all the answers. We can observe and describe and think and still we don't have all the answers; we may never know them. It is to rationalize to say “god did it”! How do you…

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Added by Joan Denoo on August 15, 2014 at 7:55am — 2 Comments

documentry based on anti witch craft movement in india.

DEAR MEMBERS,

I am requesting to all members please watch this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpLc8MX70_k   .It is a documentry based on anti witch craft movement in india.  It is available in youtube also. name- 101 a curse in the family.…

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Added by BIPLAB DAS on July 31, 2014 at 11:49am — 2 Comments

A 9 year old girl was mentally tortured after being accused as witch.

Borogora village in District Purulia of West Bengal. Last week, a 9 year old girl Sumitra Hansda was mentally tortured after being accused as witch by the villagers. Sabujmoni, mother of Sumitra left the village and took a safe shelter. She told us villagers are demanding 1 lakh rupee as a fine. She also told us,…

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Added by BIPLAB DAS on July 26, 2014 at 2:26am — 9 Comments

Demythologizing Science and Religion

The usual way of creating a myth is very straightforward: You simply take an entity as it has come to be defined in ordinary experience and grandly alter some of its basic attributes to remove its limitations.

In Christianity, for example, the god myth was created by…

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Added by Joseph Hilton on July 20, 2014 at 10:15am — 4 Comments

Young Forever

In the last years of the eighteenth century, Thomas Young began to think about the properties of light, and in 1801, he presented a paper to the Royal Society on what has come to be known as Young's Double-Slit Experiment.

What he discovered was that light from…

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Added by Joseph Hilton on July 19, 2014 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

Law of nature VS Laws others

A Brilliant speech by Naomi Oreskes on ted.com, which I found answers one of the most common questions "why should I believe in what science say?" 

although its impossible to understand every scientific discoveries, even scientists find it hard to understand discoveries made in other fields of science, you can't explain every discovery make in physics to a biologist.

you have to remember that the laws of nature and research are the fundamental of keeping a fair…

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Added by אייל טנדלר on July 15, 2014 at 4:00pm — 3 Comments

When refuting that ridiculous notion that religion is a science who would be our heroes?

I was just pondering the above question when you hear people accusing non believers of having science as their religion. A patently ridiculous notion but I think it would be amusing to list our gods (heroes) and how the list is constantly growing or being eliminated as we learn more.

And is there a single book or even one pure science example?

So many heroes that we could be accused of worshipping or should that be honouring?

Aristotle,Socrates,Newton,Dawkins, Darwin,…

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Added by Christopher Cosgrove on June 3, 2014 at 9:12am — 7 Comments

How do you even reply to something like this

A short while ago on Facebook, a 'friend' posted:

"If violence, wars, murders, poverty & disease could be prayed away, don't you think it would have been gone hundreds of years ago? If everything that happens is Gods will, why get upset? Why rebuild where "God" keeps destroying? And if that wasn't God, how do you tell the difference?

No need to respond with more conditioned BS! Just something to think about and I decided to share my…

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Added by Derek Bly on May 2, 2014 at 10:27pm — 3 Comments

How do you even reply to something like this

A short while ago on Facebook, a 'friend' posted:

"If violence, wars, murders, poverty & disease could be prayed away, don't you think it would have been gone hundreds of years ago? If everything that happens is Gods will, why get upset? Why rebuild where "God" keeps destroying? And if that wasn't God, how do you tell the difference?

No need to respond with more conditioned BS! Just something to think about and I decided to share my…

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Added by Derek Bly on May 2, 2014 at 10:27pm — 10 Comments

Life and Death: Unreal Expectations

It is with some trepidation that I write this article because the death of a child is probably the worst thing that can ever happen to a parent. The case of Jahi McMath who was declared brain dead after a "routine" tonsillectomy" made headlines after her parents refused to allow doctors to shut down the ventilator keep her…

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Added by Donald R Barbera on January 23, 2014 at 8:49am — 8 Comments

THE WRITERS' BUILDING OF KOLKATA IS A HAUNTED HOUSE!! CAN’T BELIEVE IT?

THE WRITERS' BUILDING OF KOLKATA IS A HAUNTED HOUSE!! CAN’T BELIEVE IT?  READ 9TH SEPTEMBER NEWSPAPER ''EKDIN'' & FEEL THAT I'M NOT JOKING OR MAKING YOU FOOL. THE NEWSPAPER SAID, "THERE ARE VARIETIES TYPES OF GOBLINS…
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Added by BIPLAB DAS on December 9, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Alternet dot org: "..flocking to secular/atheist places of worship (wait worship wagh!?.. science baby!

http://www.alternet.org/print/belief/why-people-are-flocking-new-wave-secular-communities-atheist-churches

~ btw Sepultura's latest "Age of the Atheist" track (@ soundcloud com/app

wow! 

90's trash? or actually 80's
mixed with neo-metal efx.. kind of hard rock heavy metal band
wow enjoy

Added by AgeOfAtheists14 on December 3, 2013 at 5:33am — No Comments

On the Architecture of Pleasure

Originally written for Society of Epicurus, the following piece delves into the relationship between architecture and ideology, experience, identity and worldview.  It also evaluates the Epicurean model of the Garden as a place of human flourishing.  Epicurus' philosophical (hedonistic) schools were known as 'Gardens' and were oases of reason, serenity and pleasure.

Notice, on the other hand and by way of contrast, how Stoicism derives its name from the stoas, the places that face the…

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Added by Hiram on September 29, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments

That’s a Rap (Science)

Science is not a subject that is often pushed in the African American community except during black history month when the same scientists of the 20th century and earlier are trotted out again and again to the point that they have lost their meaning other than as place holders. With exception of Neil deGrasse Tyson, most African Americans would be hard pressed…

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Added by Donald R Barbera on March 2, 2013 at 9:07am — 6 Comments

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