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At 7:43am on February 25, 2014, Gabrielle Smith said…

Thanks for the warm welcome Terry, it'll be interesting to meet you all. G.

At 9:52pm on February 24, 2014, Dax Wilson said…
Thank you very much man
At 12:35pm on February 23, 2014, Jan Holtzhausen said…

I Appreciate the welcome Dr. Meaden, and I look forward to meaningful discussion and intelligent debate, things I could never truly partake of as a theist.

At 5:19pm on February 21, 2014, Cyndi Yelton said…

Thank you for the welcome note!  I am pleased to learn that such a group is found online.  I will be active in this group I am certain.

At 3:41am on February 21, 2014, Milind Srivastava said…

Thanks a ton for the welcome Dr. Meaden. Will surely join the group :)

At 6:24pm on February 17, 2014, Brent said…

Thank you for the welcome message, and recommendation.. I'll take a look.

At 6:04pm on February 16, 2014, Sean C. said…

Hail fellow, well met!

Thanks very much for the warm welcome, Doctor Meaden. I hope to be around as often as I can.

At 5:59pm on February 15, 2014, mike carr said…

thanks sir for the add and invite , looking forward to it 

At 1:31pm on February 12, 2014, Elise Luong said…

Thanks Dr. Meaden.  I am so glad to find your website.  I have always been a big believer of science.  Science has come a long way to explain the natural world and the phenomenons we see everyday.  I hope someday scientists will find answer to the question of the origin of the universe, in particular, how something could arrives from nothing.  My husband (a physicist and an IT (information technologist)) said there was already a published paper showing something could arrive from nothing through quantum fluctuation.  However, that's not quite 'nothing', because quantum fluctuation is still 'something'.  Sorry for my lack of knowledge in the field.  I will be looking forward to analyzing any possible scientific explanations to the question of the origin of the universe.

Sincerely,

Elise Luong, Ph.D.

Analytical Chemistry

Washington D.C., U.S.A.

At 9:13am on February 11, 2014, Kyle McCain said…

Thanks Terry,

I'm a Darwin fan - thanks for the tip!

 

km

At 4:56am on February 11, 2014, Davon D. said…

Will do. Thank you!

At 9:49am on February 10, 2014, christopher a deloach said…

Dr. Meaden, thank you for your invite.

Chris DeLoach

At 9:06am on February 10, 2014, Gwen Manning said…
Nice diversity in themes. Wonderful people.
At 4:09am on February 8, 2014, Joss Hanson said…

Thanks for the welcome, Terry.  I'll take a look at the link you recommend.  I am particularly interested in consciousness, if you know of any sites for discussion of that I'd welcome your recommendation!

At 4:08pm on February 6, 2014, Justinian Aristotle said…
Thank you for your message. I hope I will be able to share worldviews and ideals without fear being scorned by theists, constantly criticizing rational thought because they know it will be the undoing of religion.
At 10:22pm on February 4, 2014, Raven Style said…

Thank you for the invite, Dr. Meaden. 

At 12:44am on February 4, 2014, Carmelo Fragoso said…

Dr. Meaden, 

Thank you for the warm welcome.  I look forward to hearing from and interacting with people with similar views.  Cheers!

- Carmelo 

At 8:11pm on February 3, 2014, Malcolm Hudson said…

thank you.

At 4:11am on February 2, 2014, Aaron Gropp said…

Thank you for the welcome, although, I have to ask....you called me Alex...just trying to figure that out. :) I'm Aaron, I assume it was just a small auto answer mistake? I am really looking forward to meeting people on this site. I have literally no friends that are atheist in this area of the bible belt.

At 7:24pm on January 31, 2014, louis lalonde said…

Thank you for your warm hospitality. Philosophically, I'm a Marxist who's particularly interested in astro-physics and cosmology. The reason being that these fields are fondamental and are often polluted with religion, propaganda, ignorance and popular beliefs. Unfortunately, from my Internet research I see that Marxists don't get it and have false conceptions about such theories as the Big Bang, which is as scientific as the Missing Link in anthropology! I'm eager to start peeking around your website and chat to members. I've also read considerably about Eric Lerner's Plasma Cosmology Theories and his work on non-neutronic fusion reactors and Walter Thornhill's writing on the electric universe. Cheers!

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