I truly feel happy when I learn something, esp. when a theory is substantiated via a series of events backed up by sound, creative engineering and science. Gives me hope that we're making another…Continue
"Supporting the point made by Loren and others, a better question would be, 'what event or circumstance would be sufficient to impel a go to become observable? If the countless , heart-wrenching, unending calamities of human history are not…"
"Madhukar, I think this is a question meant to point out that IF a god exists, then that would be part of reality and therefore discoverable, if not now then someday. There would not be a god separate from the universe. This seems one of the…"
"@Loren: only 16? In addition to the many general ones, they should include the millions of local apologies for the horrors they have inflicted upon people and the wealth they have plundered and squandered on imaginary friends rather than upon…"
"Joan, hate-filled men and women have for too long held sway over public opinion and discourse. It seems, as Dobson, one of the leading hatemongers, is not so happy with the reduction in his income ... or did I mean relevance? Good…"
Tired of religion being crammed down my throat and being used by government to allocate funds, approve programs, and make important decisions. Want my family and I to be able to live in a secular, smart, informed society - maybe we'll be there someday...as was stated in 'Letter to a Christian Nation,' it once seemed crazy to waste time eliminating legal slavery.
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Greg, glad you're enjoying this site. I too like the wide range of people here from all over the globe. Regarding the "Get well wishes," I've been off work with a fractured bone in my foot since March, but returning to work soon. Thanks for asking. --Carl
Hi Greg! Thanks for the note. I have more than one reason for leaving. For one thing I'm just getting too many emails. No one really seems sure what the topic is, or can stay on topic. It feels like being on one of those conference calls where everyone is trying to talk over everyone else, and everyone is sure of their being absolutely right. Maybe a better word is chaotic. Certain people on that page have been particularly hostile too: Denise Thomas, for one. Not sure what her beef is with me. So, again, there are many reasons.
You make an excellent point, Greg. It is about time that people who see that religious indoctrination is not only not working but causing more strife than is necessary are speaking up and uniting for change. Personally, I have become involved with the local NAP chapter in my state via the Environmental Committee (once I get my paperwork in) and am taking steps to begin a non-profit for community enrichment via sustainable urban farming that I intend to expand into a sort of secular ministry with the goal of unbiased help in a time of need as well as the spread of logic and reason. Sustainable and green living are the foundation. Lots of work ahead of me. Hehe. Bravo on becoming outspoken. It has taken years, but I'm finally there with ya. Hope you're having a splendid week. (=
Hi! (= New Hampshire, wow, that is someplace I know nothing about! Hope this finds you and yours well. I, too, am sick of the religious detriment to society. High five for being enlightened, intelligent and brave enough to speak up.