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25. Comment #390049 by Gary Rosen

we believe that the world's philosophical and religious traditions have much to contribute to understanding human experience and our place in the universe. For Grayling and Dennett to compare this rich, expansive discussion to a dialogue with astrologers is silly. They know better.

Even astrology has a much higher probability of being true than religion. Because planets and stars do exists. On the other hand, talking snakes do not. Idiot.

We are a "Big Questions" foundation

Like, does an apple fall down when no-one is there to see it? Does the law of gravity apply if we close our eyes? Why did snakes stop talking?

Mon, 22 Jun 2009 08:57:00 UTC | #372760