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Go to: Maddow: Christian Ignorance Revives Discrimination in Virginia

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Personally, i'm disappointed. I just found the site not long ago and started to post on topics that Richard posted on Twitter. I hope that more people become involved and realize their religious beliefs seriously harm a supposedly "free" country. Like I've said before, i hope that i see the day when reason rules and religious dogma is at least mostly extinguished. (I really do need to stop saying that, i feel excitement at the thought and i apologize)

Wed, 24 Feb 2010 06:39:00 UTC | #443664

Go to: Human gods too provincial-Richard Feynman

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It is true that humans are biased, but true atheists (unfortunately every scientists isn't an atheist) would never harm the cause, because the eradication of religion is the ultimate goal, and would benefit society on a huge scale. Sometimes i worry that without the fear of eternal damnation, some people would stop caring and revert to a criminal nature. In any case, i'm sure that this will not happen within my lifetime, and hopefully humankind will have grown by then.

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 20:17:00 UTC | #443248

Go to: The fires of Hell are real and eternal, Pope warns

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Am i the only one that finds commenting on the stupidity that comes out of the church redundant but cant help themselves? And i don't know, i don't find living as an atheist unenjoyable, i actually love the look on a Christians face when i show that i know more about their own religion than they do.

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 19:15:00 UTC | #443232

Go to: Atheists are wrong to claim science and religion are incompatible, Church of England says

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The fact is that what science doesn't explain today, it will tomorrow.(metaphorically of course) Science is a means of exploring our universe, saying that science doesn't explain something is like saying the bible didn't explain something while it was being written.

Sat, 13 Feb 2010 04:58:00 UTC | #441020

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