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Go to: Thur Oct 6th - Richard Dawkins book tour schedule

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Belfast, and Northern Ireland would be most grateful to have Richard.

The recent war here was never about religion, but to everyone else who did`nt live here, they were mislead into thinking it was only about religion.

Richard would be a "godsend" (ex the pun) to the people of N.I and would influence already changing mindsets thus bringing stability to a lot of people who are again starting to feel alienated as weirdos, just as I was.

His books are testimony to this.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 14:07:28 UTC | #878431

Go to: China space station programme begins with launch of unmanned lab

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I always wonder what the big fuss is up there just a few hundred kilometers. There have been suggestions in recent times by credible military men that these space missions are a cover for more serious missions in space, such as mining the moon for minerals

(John Lear ex CIA High Altitude Pilot says this on coast to coast fm radio see youtube

Its really strange to know, (after checking the registar) that the moons minerals and most of the solar bodies are actually bought and paid for by 3 people in the USA.

They are registered to 3 well known individuals who used a lunar loophole to buy the rights.

Mining on the moon says John Lear should be common knowledge as they have been doing it for years now. This is a highly decorated man in the US Military and CIA saying this on youtube etc.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 14:00:13 UTC | #878430

Go to: Jesus and Mo: Everything that has a beginning ...

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Never discuss the politics of religion in a disco environment.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 13:45:27 UTC | #878429

Go to: Stockholm syndrome?

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Comment 5 by manilla_wise :

[b]--they've had thousands of years to perfect this sickness and it is nearly flawless.[/b]

I understand what you mean, but the idea that religion is nearly flawless bothers me.

Anything, including religion (upon which I was unknowingly, foolishly Indoctrinated as a Catholic in North Belfast Ireland, of all places) existing with a flaw in it can be perfect.

All religions are full of holes, lies, scandals, immoral doings, and other misleading practices for the purpose of mass morals, and with that I feel it is up to us to expose these flaws to the mislead people, so as to further science with how science should be and always has been furthered, with facts.

I am on this very forum because of a single flaw, or moral as I see it, that my Father taught me when I was young, about how religion alienated him and his ability to marry my mother. I

would like to tell that story on here someday perhaps, as I feel, or more importantly I know it could inspire others who are in the religious situation I was in at one stage.

The flaws are religions biggest weakness and I feel they should be used as a primary source of converting others the way I was simply converted by one factual story told me when I was young.

I do not know what God is, but I can tell you what "he" is NOT.

Thanks to my Father (Not Religion) I saw through their charade.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 13:38:58 UTC | #878427

Go to: How does one explain psychological denial?

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A footnote to a few comments above;

All human civilization`s that have preceded us have always believed they are the most advanced.

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 13:17:39 UTC | #878421

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